Mazda 6 VS Honda Accord. Сравнительный тест
После победы Honda Civic в нашем предыдущем
сравнительном тесте, настало время для
старшего собрата Mazda 6 отстаивать честь
марки. Итак встречайте свежайшие
японские седаны Mazda 6 VS Honda Accord.
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Видеообзор Добрянского, тест-драйв MAZDA 6 II GH, 2.0 л., 147 л.с., 5-AT, 2012 г.
Данный видеообзор предназначен для
просмотра людей которые интересуются MAZDA
6 второго поколения. В обзоре
рассказывается про основные параметры
автомобиля, а так же про некоторые нюансы
в процессе его владения. Надеюсь, что
данный видеообзор пригодится и будет
полезен тем, кто хочет в дальнейшем
приобрести MAZDA 6 второго поколения.
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2013-14 Mid-Size Sedan Comparison Test: Toyota Camry vs Honda Accord vs Mazda6 and more
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This week we look at Mazda's new CamCord fighter the all-new 2014 Mazda6.
Can Mazda pull off a solid mid-sized sedan after their divorce from the
Blue Oval? Joins us as we find out. We got our hands on the 2.5L iGrand
Touring version. Since iLoop had not been released officially yet be sure
to check back when we get our hands on that extremely mild hybrid system.
2014 brings Mazda's new corporate grille to the Mazda6, and I have to say,
it's a beautiful schnoz. I was a little worried the gaping maw would be too
large in person, (in pictures it looks enormous) but up-close-and-personal
it has to be the second most attractive front end after the Fusion. Beauty
is in the eye of the beholder, but during the week I was unable to find
anyone who disagreed with me. So my opinion reigns supreme. I'm worried
however, the proportions look perfect on the Mazda6, so what will the
Mazda3 be like? Why am I worried? Because if you park the Mazda6 next to a
CX-9 or CX-5, the crossovers look more cartoonish than if they park alone.
Just like your girlfriend seems pretty until you park her next to Megan
Fox. Although the 2014 model looks longer than the outgoing Mazda6, overall
length has been cut by about two inches. Adding "visual length" as well as
much-needed rear seat room, the wheelbase has been stretched by two inches
Mazda's nose may be a notch below the Ford in my style-guide, but out back
it's a different story. I find the Fusion's rump to be a little awkward.
It's almost as if Ford ran out of time and "hurried" the back end of their
family hauler. Not so with the Mazda6 which has a finished look from the
"raised eyebrow" tail lamps to the twin chrome Exhausts. Thanks to the best butt in the
business, I call the Ford v. Mazda beauty contest a tie. How about the
Koreans? I never warmed to the Sonata, but the Optima is aggressive and
attractive, just not as emotional as the Mazda6. Thanks to the low sales
volume, the Mazda is also a step outside the ordinary, something that
Something that has confused reporters in the past is Mazda's new
transmission. Some describe it as a hybrid between a dual clutch and a
traditional automatic, some have even suggested that it can "disable" the
torque converter. In addition to the 6-speed manual transmission you can
opt for the SkyActiv branded traditional automatic transaxle. Traditional?
What about the fancy clutches? Here's what Mazda did.
Lock-up torque converters are nothing new, having been introduced in 1949,
but in our age of efficiency companies are using them more aggressively. By
locking the impeller and turbine (input and output) of the torque
converter, you increase efficiency by cutting most of the impelling losses
in the torque converter (there are still some because it's still spinning,
but it's greatly reduced). Old transmissions only did this in their final
gear and relatively infrequently. Modern automatics like GM/Ford's 6-speed
transaxle spend about half their time in lock-up and will engage the
locking "clutch" in most gears. Mazda's new slushbox is programmed with an
aggressive lockup agenda and will lock in every gear. In addition, it
spends more time in lockup (80% or more) than a competitive unit on the
same driving cycle. The result is a more connected 1:1 relationship between
the engine and wheels than you find in a CamFusCord.