The Detroit News Sings Praises of 2018 Mazda6

With its stylish looks, sharp handling, and new turbocharged engine, it's no wonder the 2018 Mazda6 has been turning heads among both consumers and critics alike. The most recent of these accolades came July 4th from The Detroit Press, who ran the sedan through its paces for a week before sharing their findings.

From the start, the reviewer gives the Mazda6 props for looks.

"This beauty turns heads from head to tail," the reviewer states. "My Audi-owning friend lingered over the elegant, chrome jeweled front end, the grille smiling seductively."

Praise didn't stop there. The review spends time talking up the sedan's quiet interior, composed chassis, and smooth ride. But the most substantial compliments arrive with the new powertrain option. The Mazda6 is now offered with a 2.5-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine producing a class-leading 310 pound-feet of torque and 250 horsepower.

Eager to get a look at the new Mazda6 for yourself? Don Miller Mazda can help you out. We'll get you behind the wheel so you can feel the excitement of the new turbocharged engine and the comfort of an upscale interior. If we have a match, you can explore a range of incentives and offers for the 2018 Mazda6.

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