New Mazda 6 2013 - Which? first drive The 2013 Mazda 6 is one the most fuel-efficient cars in its class -- and one of the best-looking. Can it tempt buyers from the all-conquering BMW 3 Series? Mazda's flagship large car is available as a four-door saloon or an estate, called the Tourer. Unlike the old 6, there's no five-door hatchback -- apparently buyers see saloons as more upmarket. Prices for diesel models start at £21,795 for the 148bhp 2.2-litre saloon, rising to £28,045 for the 173bhp 2.2 Tourer auto in fully-loaded Sport Nav spec. Petrol versions are significantly cheaper, at £19,595 for the entry-level 143bhp 2.0 saloon and £24,865 for the top-spec 163bhp 2.0 Tourer.

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2014 Honda Civic Tourer - Which? Car first drive tourer?&utm_campaign=video_cars&utm_medium=video&utm_source=youtube_channel &utm_content=hondacivic&utm_term=description The Honda Civic isn't quite the force it once was; the Ford Focus and Vauxhall Astra dominate the medium-car-sector sales in the UK, Kia and Hyundai undercut it substantially on price and the VW Golf still has a stronghold on the higher end of this car class. Subscribe: Check out the website: Follow us: Honda is hoping the new Civic Tourer will invigorate sales, with a dash of style, a shot of driving performance and a whole crate of loading space. Based on the existing Civic hatchback, the Tourer has the same width and height and, more importantly, the same wheelbase (the distance between the front wheels and rear wheels) as the five-door version. But it is 235mm longer, with all that additional length coming from behind the rear wheels. That means all the extra space is devoted to the boot. And it's a whopper. Claimed capacity is 624 litres up to the window line and including 174 litres of storage space under the boot floor. The Tourer's powered by two of the engines you can select in the Civic hatch: a 1.8-litre petrol with 140bhp with the choice of six-speed manual or six-speed auto gearboxes, and a 1.6-litre diesel that's capable of returning sub-100g/km CO2 emissions and 74.3mpg from the 118bhp unit.