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Read more about the Restyled 2018 Mazda6 Gains Luxury, Turbo Torque at AutoGuide.com.The Mazda6 is a perennial favorite in the midsize sedan segment thanks to its driver-focused dynamics. But to continue improving the breed, this car has been thoroughly reworked for 2018.
The attractive family sedan just debuted at the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show. Engineers improved this four-door’s performance, refinement, and efficiency, while designers burnished its exterior styling and made it even more premium inside.
Mazda is aiming for a higher class of vehicle than normal with this car, not your typical Honda Accord or Toyota Camry. Upping the premiumness (our word, not theirs) factor, this family sedan is now available in a new Signature trim, which features things like Nappa leather, wood trim, and UltraSuede NU accents.