2019 Mazda6 vs. 2019 Honda Accord
The Mazda6 remains in the high-profile role of being the automaker’s flagship model. As the new model year gets underway at the Bert Ogden Mazda Edinburg showroom, customers have been steadily stopping by to inquire about the changes and improvements made to the affordable sedan. The best way to demonstrate these elements is to hold the Mazda vehicle against one of its toughest competitors. A comparison between the 2019 Mazda6 vs. 2019 Honda Accord will give potential buyers the best look at just how far the 2019 version of the Mazda flagship has come since last year. The automaker has made a few changes to the vehicle’s available powertrain equipment and made a huge effort to modernize its technology. Customers who would like to take a closer look at the 2019 Mazda6 can schedule a test drive when they make an appointment today by calling, 833-296-6802.
Unlike the previous model of the Mazda6, the 2019 version will offer its smartphone compatible infotainment system straight from the factory. Customers choosing the Touring trim and above will be able to easily integrate their compatible devices into their daily commute and access the Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ suites of applications. Additionally, the 2019 Mazda6 is among the manufacturer’s first models to have its proprietary active safety systems equipped across its entire trim ladder. The 2019 Honda Accord offers a number of similar features. However, Honda buyers will need to consider more expensive options to match the standard equipment of the 2019 Mazda6. Independent reviews found online have also had a lot of positive things to say about the current iteration of the Mazda6. The sedan’s interior has been praised for being ahead of the class and the seats for all five passengers also drew positive notes.
2019 Honda Accord
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The biggest change Mazda has made to the powertrain equipment for the 2019 Mazda6 is getting rid of the sedan’s six-speed automatic transmission. However, the same tried-and-true engine will still be used for the 2019 Mazda6. Under the hood of each model at Bert Ogden Mazda Edinburg is a 2.5-liter, four-cylinder engine that is attached to a six-speed automatic transmission. It will make 187 horsepower and 186 pound-feet of torque. The higher trim grades will add the automaker’s turbocharging technology to the mix which will push output to around 250 horsepower and 310 pound-feet of torque. The 2019 Honda Accord’s engine options will make slightly more horsepower, but the Mazda6 can make up that difference with its impressive fuel economy scores.