Review: 2018 Mazda6 Signature – Part 1

This is a USB memory stick I received from Mazda at an event that I attended a couple of years ago:

 

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Why am I highlighting this USB stick? It’s one of the best USB sticks that I have ever received. It feels very nice and upscale, as well as giving off an sense of being hand crafted and a quality product. Quite frankly it’s the best USB stick that I’ve had. I actually try not use it because of how well it is constructed.

Now imagine if you took that sort of attention to detail and applied it to a car. Well, you don’t have to imagine because Mazda would like you to look at the 2018 Mazda6 Signature:

 

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This is a mid sized car that looks very nice and upscale, as well as giving off an sense of being hand crafted and a quality product. The changes in the exterior of the 2018 model are subtle but significant. For example, LED exterior lights are the norm and there’s a nip here and a tuck there to make it look very upscale. But the real story is the engine and interior which really kick things up a notch. I’ll get to those in parts two and three of this review. But I think what you will see is that this is one impressive car.

My review of the 2018 Mazda6 Signature will be done in five parts:

  • Exterior
  • Engine, transmission, handling, fuel economy, and driving comfort
  • Interior
  • Technology in the vehicle
  • Wrap up

The next part of this review will cover the engine, transmission and driving comfort. All of which are far above what you would expect from a your average mid sized vehicle thanks to one significant change. Tune in tomorrow to see what I mean.

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