New Mazda 6 Estate Review
As with the saloon and the hatch, the Mazda 6 Estate has had a facelift of its own, new suspension, a lighter more rigid body design and a new braking system all contribute to an excellent driving experience.
No doubt the new Mazda 6 will prove a hit for company car drivers and the Estate should prove to be just as popular, lighter than the model it replaces with more kit as standard, Mazda have, as ever, produced a nice, desirable car, at an economic price and with plenty of storage space, the Mazda 6 Estate is just as practical for the family driver as it is for the company driver.
The fat may have been trimmed from the new Mazda 6 Estate, but that doesn't mean you get les, when you buy a Mazda you always get plenty of equipment as standard and the new 6 Estate is no exception with even the entry level models having 16-inch alloy wheels, Dual-zone climate control air-conditioning, Anti-lock Brake System (ABS) with Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD), Driver & front passenger airbags, Front side airbags, Full-length curtain airbags, Electric front and rear windows with one-touch auto down, Remote central locking with deadlocks, CF-NET multifunction steering wheel controls, Radio/single CD audio system with four speakers and auxiliary jack for connecting MP3 players, Traction Control System (TCS) and a Thatcham Category 1 anti-theft alarm all as standard.
Build quality is superb and as an all round package the new Mazda 6 Estate is more than a match for most of its rivals, so if you donĀ?t want to follow the crowd, take a good look at the all new Mazda 6 Estate.
Like the looks of the Mazda 6 Estate, why not check out the Ford Mondeo estate, the Audi A4 Avant , the Vauxhall Vectra Estate, the Toyota Avensis Tourer, the Peugeot 407 SW , the VW Passat Estate or the Renault Laguna tourer.
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