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2013 Ford Fusion Vs. 2014 Mazda Mazda6: Which Looks Better? #YouTellUs

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Ford left some fans breathless as it revealed the new 2013 Fusion back at the 2012 Detroit Auto Show. Now Mazda has finally revealed the production-bound 2014 Mazda6,and the automotive community is buzzing about its new design. These new mid-size sedans are poised to take on the market with fresh sheet metal, but which one do you think is the better-looking of the two?

The new 2014 Mazda6 features Mazda's new Kodo design language. We first saw this new design on the 2013 CX-5 crossover, and it has made the transition to sedan form rather nicely. A bold front end features swept back headlights and Mazda's new corporate grille. The front fenders flow into the front doors and the taillights wrap around the rear end. Overall, it's a more aggressive look.

Ford has gone for an almost European look with the new 2013 Fusion. Many people say that it looks like an Aston Martin and a Jaguar had a baby. There's no denying the Aston Martin-like grille and the sweeping roof-line bears resemblance to the Audi A7. The headlights run back into the fenders and the taillights wrap around the rear end.

But which of these mid-size sedans looks better? Is the aggressive Kodo styling more appealing than the European flair of the new 2013 Fusion, or are the steep angles on the 2014 Mazda6 too much when compared to the smooth lines of the Fusion's new Kinetic design?

Our editorial team is split on this topic, so today we ask you: which of these mid-size sedans looks better? Let us know what you think in the comments below.

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