2017 Mazda6 vs 2017 Honda Accord
The midsize sedan is one of the most popular vehicles segments in the auto industry, and rightfully so. Their ability to give you the performance, fuel efficiency, technology, comfort and safety you want in your next new car helps make them an easy choice when searching for a new ride. While there may be a lot of vehicles to choose from in this popular segment, there are two sedans that have been dominating the auto industry for years.
The Mazda6 and Honda Accord offer a similar list of features, options and safety equipment as well as an engine that delivers almost the same amount of horsepower. Which new car is the best choice for you and your specific driving needs? This 2017 Mazda6 vs 2017 Honda Accord comparison will help you decide which midsize sedan offers all of the qualities you are looking for in your next new car.
|2017 Mazda6||VS||2017 Honda Accord|
|2.5-liter 4-cyl||Engine||2.4-liter 4-cyl|
|184 hp||Horsepower||185 hp|
|24 city/34 hwy||Miles Per Gallon (MPG)||23 city/32 hwy|
2017 Mazda6 and 2017 Honda Accord Comparison
There are many things to compare when putting the 2017 Mazda6 up against the 2017 Honda Accord, but for the most part, engine power, fuel efficiency and features list are the top things that most drivers want to know more about. For starters, the 2017 Mazda6 uses a 2.5-liter SKYACTIV-G four-cylinder engine to put out 184 horsepower while delivering an impressive EPA-estimated fuel economy rating of 24 city/34 highway when opting for the six-speed manual transmission. The 2017 Honda Accord receives a 2.5-liter four-cylinder that pushes out a 185 horsepower but can only manage to offer a fuel economy rating of 23 city/32 highway mpg when choosing its six-speed manual transmission. It’s easy to see which new midsize sedan has the most fuel-efficient engine.
When comparing the technology features and comfort options that are available in both the 2017 Mazda6 and 2017 Honda Accord, you’ll find that there are many similarities. However, the new Mazda6 sedan base model offers telematic systems and a navigational aid whereas the new Honda Accord base model does not. These are not the only differences in a comparison between the 2017 Mazda6 and 2017 Honda Accord.
Visit us at Royal South Mazda in Bloomington, IN to learn more about why the Mazda6 is a better choice for a new midsize sedan than the 2017 Honda Accord.