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$6,900 - $16,988
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The 2011 Mazda6 comes with a good set of features, but Bluetooth is still missing on all but top trims.
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generally muffled sound and weak bass response that'll have you doubting there's a subwoofer at work

although it has an onboard phonebook, you can't transfer contacts from your phone to the car

has a nifty touch we haven’t seen anywhere else in this class: a three-position switch for adjusting headlight level—ideal for occasions when you’ve filled the trunk with heavy stuff such as cement bags or your mother-in-law
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HVAC dual-temp and primary radio controls are round dials and the overall cabin ergonomics are good

An owner can utilize the vehicle diagnostics connector (via a special tool at the dealer) to tune various functions such as headlamp on-and-off cycles, turn-signal buzzer volume, blind-spot warning activation, power door lock operation and about 20 other functions.
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The Mazda6 is positioned, for value and pricing, right up against segment leaders like the Honda Accord, Nissan Maxima, and Hyundai Sonata. Like those models, the 6 covers a wide range in terms of pricing and equipment, with the base SV starting just under $20k and a fully loaded 's' Grand Touring costing more than $33k.

Other than the lack of Bluetooth, which we think should be offered at all trim levels, we like the level of equipment in the SV; it includes air conditioning, a tilt/telescopic stsering wheel, power windows and locks, rear-seat heated ducts, and a six-speaker audio system with aux input. At the top of the range, Grand Touring models gain items like leather upholstery, heated front seats, keyless illuminated entry, cruise control, a dual-zone climate control system, fog lamps, and a power moonroof.

New for 2011, Grand Touring models now get a 4.3-inch Multi-Information Display, including Bluetooth controls and a rearview camera, and Touring models also get a Bluetooth interface.

All the requisite options are available: push-button start, an audio system with satellite radio and a built-in hard drive, a navigation system, and rain-sensing wipers.


The 2011 Mazda6 comes with a good set of features, but Bluetooth is still missing on all but top trims.

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