Porcupines float in water.
What race is known as “The most exciting two minutes in sports”?
The Mazda6 has been named best midsize car for families by U.S. News and World Reports. With Great fuel economy ratings of EPA estimated 25 MPG city driving and 37 MPG high way, the owning and upkeep of this vehicle is affordable. The engine is a four-cylinder with a powerful kick to it while its transmission system was noted by drivers as responsive. The spacious cabin has plenty of legroom and an attractive interior design. The Mazda6 makes for a great family car that has fantastic safety features such as a blind spot monitoring system and a change lane alter system.
Mazda has found both critical and commercial success with its CX-5 small crossover, and seems to be endeavoring to keep the momentum up with an upcoming refresh. As you can extrapolate from the obvious lack of the usual camouflage, the company isn’t reinventing anything in the very near future of the CX-5, but it does seem as thought some tweaks are in the works.
Lighting elements fore and aft appear to have gone under the knife, with the front grille and rear fascia also seemingly to be slightly revised. The side mirrors now look slicker and slightly more upscale with their integrated turn signals, as well.
In all, expect a look that’s a touch fresher, without being a radical departure from the existing visage.
Polar bears are left handed.