What are the key standard features of the Mazda 6?
There are five trim levels in the Mazda 6 range, although two of these are Nav versions which simply add sat nav to SE and SE-L. The range starts with SE which includes 17in alloys, cruise control with speed limiter, powered windows, aircon, front fog lights, CD stereo with DAB radio, USB and aux sockets, 7in touch screen, Bluetooth, leather steering wheel and wheel-mounted controls.
SE-L adds twin-zone climate control, front and rear parking sensors, auto wipers, privacy glass and auto-dimming rear view mirror.
Sport Nav adds sat nav, 19in alloys, adaptive auto lights, day running lights, reversing camera, uprated stereo, powered leather heated front seats and head-up display.
What are the key options?
Mazda relies on high-specification trim levels rather than a long options list. As a result the only official option is metallic paint.
How spacious is the Mazda 6?
There’s excellent cabin space in the 6 with plenty of shoulder room up front as well as plenty of storage space. There’s also good room in the rear for adults in both the saloon and estate. The saloon has a 489 litre boot which is plenty. However, for those needing greater practicality the estate version has a 506 litre boot which is a usefully square shape and has a flat load area. The rear seats can be folded by