The complete redesign of the 2014 Mazda6 has proven to be a success for the Japanese automaker, as the midsize sedan was just named Car of the Year by Popular Mechanics.
“At Popular Mechanics, we love it when bold engineering and great design come together,” said Jim Meigs, editor-in-chief. “The Mazda6 really impressed us with how well it delivers so many things modern car owners want: great mileage, fun road-handling, upscale features and looks – and remarkable value.”
Popular Mechanics is an award-winning magazine with an interest in the best of today’s technologies and beyond. The Mazda6 stood out especially thanks to its SKYACTIV®1 TECHNOLOGY, the umbrella term for the dozens of performance-oriented, fuel-saving engine, transmission, body, and chassis components featured in the car, making the third-generation Mazda6 one of the most advanced vehicles ever produced by Mazda—and that’s saying something from a company already reputed for its engineering technology.
If that sounds as good to you as it does to us, come check out the Mazda6 at Parks Mazda.