The 2020 Mazda6 vs. the 2020 Toyota Camry


When you look for a midsize sedan, you want a design and features that you can imagine serving you well during your daily commute and enjoying every time you get behind the wheel. The new 2020 Mazda6 comes with an exciting performance, cutting-edge technology, and a sleek design, making it an ideal pick for your commuter vehicle.

While the new Mazda6 offers a well-rounded solution to your search, finding out how it compares to others in its class could help you in your search. The new 2020 Toyota Camry offers many impressive capabilities, but let's see how it stacks up against the new Mazda6.


Performance

The new Mazda6 comes equipped with a standard 2.5-liter SKYACTIV-G® engine that produces 187 horsepower and 186 pound-feet of torque. On the other hand, the Toyota Camry comes with a 2.5-liter Dynamic Force engine that generates 203 horsepower and 184 pound-feet of torque. Although it may seem that the Camry has the upper-hand, the Mazda6 delivers the driving experience that matters.

The Mazda6 has a top speed of 139 miles per hour and a faster 0-60 while the Camry's top speed is tops-off at 130 miles per hour. The Mazda6 also comes with G-Vectoring Control Plus that shifts the vehicle weight and adjusts the power delivery for sharper, smoother, cornering. The Camry does not come equipped with a comparable vectoring feature.

Interior

Both models also come with advanced safety technology, which includes pre-collision braking, lane departure alert, high beam assist, and start-and-stop cruise control. However, the Mazda6 offers features like rear cross-traffic alert, lane keep assist, blind-spot monitoring, and road sign recognition. These won't be found standard in the Camry lineup, requiring you to spend more to unlock them.

Safety

Both models also come with advanced safety technology, which includes pre-collision braking, lane departure alert, high beam assist, and start-and-stop cruise control. However, the Mazda6 offers features like rear cross-traffic alert, lane keep assist, blind-spot monitoring, and road sign recognition. These won't be found standard in the Camry lineup, requiring you to spend more to unlock them.

The Results

Just by looking at the two models, you can also tell that the new Mazda6 is also the more stylish option, but when it comes down to performance, interior, and safety, the Mazda6 almost always offers more of what you look for in a midsize sedan.

To see these features for yourself and much more, schedule a test drive today!


The 2020 Mazda6 vs. the 2020 Nissan Altima


The new 2020 Mazda6 offers a sleek, well-rounded driving experience for a midsize sedan. With an agile performance, advanced technology, and stylish design, the new Mazda6 is a great option for many drivers. Many competitors are vying for the top position in the midsize sedan class, and the 2020 Nissan Altima offers many features and capabilities that make it an impressive option.

See what happens when the new 2020 Mazda6 and the 2020 Nissan Altima go head-to-head.


Features

Both the Altima and the Mazda6 have Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ smartphone integration capabilities, which allows you to get directions, send and receive messages, and access key functions of your phone. However, there is a drastic difference when it comes to safety features.

The Altima offers hardly any standard active safety technology, while the Mazda6 comes with highly advanced safety technology that includes Blind Spot Monitoring with Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, Mazda Radar Cruise Control with Stop & Go, Lane-keep Assist, and much more.

Performance

The Mazda6 delivers a more athletic driving experience with its 2.5-liter SKYACTIV-G® engine that offers 187 horsepower and 186 pound-feet of torque. Meanwhile, the Altima comes with a standard 2.5-liter engine that generates 188 horsepower and 180 pound-feet of torque. The Mazda6's standard G-Vectoring Control Plus feature allows for more comfortable cornering and dynamic driving experience.

Interior

The Mazda6 puts a greater emphasis on luxurious features and craftsmanship for those that are interested in an elegant interior. The Mazda6 has available interior features that the Altima doesn't, which include Nappa Leather, Japanese Sen wood, and an acoustically-insulated cabin for a serene cabin.

Exterior

The Mazda6 has the more elegant and sleek appearance of the two models. It shows off its muscled appearance with long, flowing body lines and a striking aesthetic, which the Nissan can't quite match.

Come to Wayne Mazda for a Test Drive

For a sportier performance, more elegant design, and more safety, consider the Mazda6. While the Altima has many admirable features, they don't quite compare to the capabilities and features of the new Mazda6. Schedule a test drive today to see what other features the new Mazda6 has to offer!


The 2020 Mazda6 vs. the 2020 Honda Accord


Searching for the right midsize sedan can be difficult since it is a highly competitive segment. However, you may find what you're looking for between the new Mazda6 and the Honda Accord, with both models being leaders among their peers. Both sedans enjoy impressive designs and intuitive technology setups, so you can count on finding cutting-edge features and state-of-the-art looks.

See what happens when the new Mazda6 and Honda Accord compare in these categories.


Features

Both the Mazda6 and the Accord offer Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ smartphone integration for intuitive and safe use of your phone's key functions through the multimedia system. Both models also come with an eight-inch center-mounted infotainment screen, but a seven-inch screen is standard on the Honda sedan - the Mazda6 is standard with the eight-inch. The Accord comes with two 12-volt outlets and two USB ports, but the Mazda6 comes with two 12-volt outlets and three USB ports.

The Mazda6 offers a Bose sound system, but the Accord doesn't offer any branded premium audio. When it comes to safety, both come equipped with an impressive array of safety technology, but the Mazda6 has more features available.

Performance

The base engine of the Accord offers slightly more horsepower and torque than the standard engine on the Mazda6, but if you're looking for speed and control, the Mazda6 has an available 2.5-liter turbocharged engine that beats out the Accord's 2.0-liter turbocharged option in torque.

Interior

The Accord comes with a bit more interior space, but the Mazda6 offers significantly more elegant craftsmanship and interior features. At the higher trim levels, the Accord's wood trim comes off as cheap-looking, while the Mazda6's Signature trim level comes with sleek wood trim and suede for a premium design. The Mazda6 has available high-end brown Nappa Leather that extends onto the console and door panels.

Exterior

The Mazda6's exterior reflects its upscale interior with elegant body lines that speak of both sportiness and style. The Accord largely borrows from past designs, making it somewhat indistinct from other midsize sedans.

Come to Wayne Mazda to See for Yourself

With all that the new 2020 Mazda6 has to offer, learn more about how it compares to the competition by seeing it in person. Schedule a test drive today to find out what other exciting features the new Mazda6 has to offer!


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