The interior of the 2018 Mazda6 is said to have received an upscale status as the quality of materials climbed up much higher than before and the design took a more sophisticated turn than being jazzy. The changes that was done for the 2018 version were many. Among them was the improved interior that helped the dealerships with one strong point to advertise. One such advertisement reading Mazda6 for sale Las Vegas instigated us to visit the showroom as it was nearby, and here is what we realized, when we sneaked into the cabin of the 2018 Mazda6 for a test drive.
The dashboard of the new Mazda6 now sits at a lower position than the 2017 model that automatically catches your attention with a sharp 7.0-inch display that can now be controlled easily by a rotary knob that responds to tactile inputs while there are a few hard buttons as well that are shortcuts to the menus like home, navigation and audio which still works even when the vehicle is at a halt.
Cargo Space and Storage Options
The Cargo space or what we call as utility space in the 2018 Mazda6 is at per with its rivals where it offers a 15-cubic-foot of trunk space to tuck in all the luggage you need to load at the back of the vehicle.
The cabin of the 2018 Mazda6 is thoughtfully designed with ample scope to store and hold things that you might require while you drive for long hours. Keep your beverage in four cupholders and other stuff in the stash space scattered at plenty.
Interior Sound Isolation
As we observe in any premium vehicle, the quietness of the interior does count in making the ride comfortable. The effect reaches as far as bringing down the overall rating of the car, if the car cabin can’t isolate outside noise, engine vibration or harsh movements. The 2018 Mazda6 scored well in its noise isolation technology that keeps the cabin away from all these above-mentioned disturbances.
In the 2018 Mazda6, the driver seat is now lowered at the height of 20.9 inches that maintains the perfect distance from the driver’s hip to the road. The width and location of the roof-pillars in the new Mazda6 is rightly measured to reduce the chances of visibility obstructions which we know as blind spots.
After seating on the front or rear seats in the 2018 Mazda6, the road was clearly visible both at the front and at the rear. Bolstered by the 6’s 16.9 feet of seat positioning have obscured the roadway to the front and a measurement of 102.4 feet to the rear. However, though the outward visibility in the new Mazda is good, but it isn’t still a class-exclusive one.
The Bottom Line
When I was searching for the best dealership that is offering Mazda for sale near me, the interior was one thing in my mind that I never wanted to compromise with. After the test drive with the 2018 Mazda6, I arrived at the conclusion that the interior of this Mazda6 model is only another good reason added to the lengthy list that explains why I prefer one.