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2017 Mazda 6 Unboxing - The Perfect Family Sedan? | mazda | clip60 Today's unboxing review is of one of our favorite mid-size sedans of all time, the 2017 Mazda 6. Currently in its third generation, the Mazda 6 represents the ideal combination of great styling inside and out, fantastic driving dynamics, and overall solid reliability. In fact, it may even be our top pick among mid-size family sedans. Yes, it's that good. Our tester is the fully loaded Grand Touring model, but all Mazda 6s come powered by the same engine, a 2.5-liter inline-four with 184 hp and 185 lb-ft of torque.

The base Sport and mid-range Touring trims are offered with either a six-speed automatic or a six-speed manual, which send power to the front wheels. The Grand Touring comes with the automatic only. Bummer. Anyway, Mazda has also equipped the 6 with some pretty cool in-house developed technologies, such as G-Vectoring Control, which makes turning corners even easier, and the I-ELOOP Regenerative Braking, which continuously recovers kinetic energy as the car decelerates and reuses it as electricity. Pretty cool, huh? But the best part is pricing, with prices starting off at ust $21,945. Like we said, the Mazda 6 is often considered to be perfect. Enjoy the review!

*TImestamps*
Introduction: 0:15
Engine start up: 1:30
Engine and transmission: 1:50
Trim levels: 2:00
Exterior: 2:40
The Alfa Romeo of Japan?: 3:20
Performance and fuel economy: 4:50
Interior: 5:10
Rear seat space: 5:45
Redesigned dash: 6:25
Touchscreen: 7:35
Standard features: 8:00
Safety: 8:55
How does it drive?: 10:05
What's the competition?: 11:25
Heated rear seats: 12:10
Cargo space: 12:25
G-Vectoring Control: 12:45
Pricing: 13:15
What do I like: 14:20
Don't like: 14:30
Conclusion: 15:00

Special thanks to DGDG in San Jose, California for letting us shoot the car. http://www.dgdg.com

Vehicles in this review were provided by DGDG, the family owned automotive group in Northern California. All opinions in these reviews are that of CarBuzz, not that of DGDG.
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