I drove a LOT of sedans before picking this one, all 2016 and above. Main differences:
-Visibility. In a Camry, it's GOOD! But this felt more open right away.
-Power. Camry falls behind. Has a lot of low end 'burp' to it and I think it gets up to 30 faster than the Mazda6. Get a Fusion, if you like speed.
-Steering. First-gen electric steering for this model, and they did it SO right. I was almost fooled into thinking it was R & P.
-Seats. Better overall, on par with the Fusion. Passat wins the back seat prize!
-SAFETY. AWD and the Eyesight package make this the winner, by a MILE.
-One con, a bit more cabin noise than Camry and Passat. Still better than average.
2006 Subaru LegacyRob - Clearwater, FL01/14/2008
This car handles great with a lot of power. My only complaint would have to be the fuel economy which is about 20 MPG and the premium fuel requirement. I knew this buying the car though and think the performance more than makes up for it.
The interior is well put together and the car is very comfortable on long trips. Overall I would buy this car again!
Just like i thought it would be
2012 Subaru LegacyJohnny Fox - Sevierville, TN02/11/2016
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