|2016 Mazda 6||2015 Honda Accord|
|28 City/40 Hwy||Fuel Economy||27 City/36 Hwy|
|115.5 cu-ft.||Interior Volume||119 cu-ft.|
2016 Mazda6 vs 2015 Honda Accord
Though not as often talked about, the midsize sedan segment offers stiff competition, sometimes making it difficult for drivers to make a choice. They offer high levels of safety, comfortable interiors, sporty yet efficient drives and upscale features. When comparing the 2016 Mazda6 vs the 2015 Honda Accord you find that both offer this, but the Mazda6 seems to do it a little better. Though their engines offer a similar performance, the Mazda6 offers better fuel efficiency, a higher safety rating from the IIHS and is available at a lower price.
The Mazda6 also offers a more inspired design and engaging interior with a clean design for controls. The upscale features are also more accessible with the Mazda sedan with the base trim offering a 7-inch full color touchscreen, a rearview camera, some leather trim and a 6-speaker audio system. There is also an extensive standard and available safety features that have earned the 6 a Top Safety Pick+ rating.
The Mazda6 in Bloomington
The Mazda6 is a fully equipped vehicle, even at the base trim. With features like hill start assist, tire pressure monitoring, leather trim and chrome tipped dual exhaust outlets, there isn’t much more you need, but Mazda offers it through some great options. The options can add dual-zone automatic climate control, heated front seats, blind spot monitoring, smart city brake support, forward collision warning and much more.
The sporty sedan also offers an impressive 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine that creates 184 horsepower and 185 pound-feet of torque. From tight corners and open roads, the midsize sedan is fun in all settings. What’s even better is that it is capable of an mpg rating of 28 city and 40 highway. For more information on this capable vehicle you can view the available inventory online and call with questions or even stop by the dealership in person.