Mazda6 Lease

2015 Mazda6 Lease

$1999 Due at Signing

(Excludes tax, title, license and registration fees.) Miles: 36,000

MSRP $22,895

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Mazda6 Test Report
The Mazda6 lease is the largest passenger car from the Japanese brand. This lease deal gets you into an award winning sedan that features lots of equipment, a strong engine, and a nice exterior design. In practical tests, the Mazda6 scores high travel comfort, extensive features and its assistance systems. Thanks to sharp lines of the five-door model looks not at all cumbersome. Especially the moment so modern coup√© roofline have extremely emphasizes the Japanese. In front is the radiator grille upright, another characteristic that distinguishes the Mazda6 to be extremely timely. As it is in life so that beauty also has its downsides. So is the driver’s view of the entire rear area in the dark. Painfully twisting the neck when parking hardly worth the small section of the rear view mirror you can see almost as much – coupe roofline and mini rear window does not just provide optimum visibility. But that’s what the back-up camera, however, associated with the highest trim line. Parking aids are available from the central features in the package. Apart from the rear dark times, the interior gives the driver a very good feeling. Easy to read instruments, logically positioned buttons and a high-quality finish create an atmosphere. The newly developed six-speed manual gearbox can be switched crisp. Chassis side, the Mazda6 is indeed matched rather firm, but fathered by a bunch of highway comfort. Compared to the usual competition for frequent drivers of Passat and Co. the five-door wants to settle with a comprehensive basic equipment. Thus, the entry-level version “Prime-Line” For example, besides the aforementioned fuel-saving techniques and perceived standards such as air conditioning and audio system with steering wheel controls the keyless motor activation as standard. Or at the motorists who often travel long distances, as estimated adjustable lumbar support. Our test car came in the highest trim line “Sports Line” and had, for example, a lane change warning on board. The lights not only when a car in the blind spot appears. Substituting the turn signal in that direction, it beeps and warning. What initially seemed a bit annoying, was in getting accustomed really comfortable and almost tempted to be a little sloppy in terms of shoulder view. The lane change warning, parking sensors and heated seats can additionally book the package in the middle Equipment front.