Used 2009 Mazda Mazda6 I for Sale
Reviews for 2009 Mazda Mazda6
I had recently moved to the USA, and in desperate need of a car. To cut a very long story short I ended up with a choice of 3 cars in the price range I was looking at. Whilst the Mazda was the oldest of the 3 and highest mileage, it cleared the field with looks, bhp, interior comfort and reliability stats. Being from the UK and still relatively young, we all drive small cars, so the transition to the sedan was a shock for me. The car is amazing to drive though, it handles superbly which is more than can be said for most others in its class, and since buying it I've managed an easy 30mpg, and that's not with conservative driving! I also went for a manual transmission, since automatics make the experience of driving boring, and you disconnect with the road. For a car that had 48k miles on it, the clutch felt brand new which says a lot about the quality of the vehicle. I've not had any major problems yet (fingers crossed), but the tire pressure warning light came on during a cold spell of weather. I checked out the pressures and one tire was 2psi below optimal, which just shows the sensors are very sensitive, so don't get too freaked out if this comes on. Also first thing in the morning the power steering system sounds like a growling dog, but once the system has warmed up a bit it's fine. Feedback from passengers is that there's tonnes of space in the back, the ride is smooth and comfortable. The boot (trunk) is huge, you could fit in about 6 sets of golf clubs if needed, and there's plenty of storage space in the main cabin too. Sound system is great, the Aux function to hook up to an mp3 player is really handy, and the general look of the radio, climate control and dash are all pretty sweet. From what I understand newer models look even better. One down side i would say is there's no trip computer on mine. I know I can get about 450 miles out of the 15 gallon tank, but not having a countdown "mileage left in the tank" readout doesn't fill me with confidence sometimes when I've done 440 miles. It'd also be nice to see instantaneous mpg readings, average mpg and speed etc, but you can live without it. Again, this is something that is probably featured on newer models. I'd describe my Maxda 6i as a sports coupe - it certainly feels like one, and in terms of feel, performance and comfort, it is certainly on a par with Audi A4/A5s, BMW 3 & 5 series and the VW coupe range. All it needs is some decent looking alloys, since the stock ones don't do it any favours, and you're all set!
Sleek Mazda 6
I am a diehard Toyota fan, however, I decided to break tradition and purchase the Mazda 6 with the 2.5L engine. I needed to at least get somewhat decent gas mileage. I must say that the look of the vehicle both inside and out is gorgeous and refined. It is a sexy looking car that can appeal to both men and women. The six cylinder engine would definately help this vehicle, but I am satisfied with the get up and go that the four cylinder provides. The instrumention panel is very attractive and easy to use and there is plenty of legroom in the rear for tall pasengers. The braking on this car feels a little jerky at times. A family member just bought the Mazda 3 and they had similar complaints. Overall, I feel the Mazda 6 is a great vehicle. Only time will tell if it runs as long as my Toyota. Zoom Zoom!!
Wonderful Car, Zoom Zoom!!!
I rented a Mazda a few years ago and said if I were to give up my suv this is what I would buy. Here I am a few years later owning one. I love it! I do have the touring pkg. Leather, heated seats, gps, the works. Being 5ft2, I love they way the seats hug around me. Of course this maybe the fast driving. Awesome looking, awesome performance on highway. Hands down the best car I have ever owned! Not just when am I going to get that ticket, just how many over. Fast, smooth, zoom zoom!
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