2015 Mazda6 vs. Toyota Camry | Webster, TX
The Winner is... Mazda6!
When making a new midsize sedan purchase, it’s easy to get confused with so many options on the market. One of these options is the 2015 Mazda6, which has excellent gas mileage, plenty of driver and passenger space, and a multitude of standard technology and safety features. But how does it compare to other sedans out there? At Mazda of Clear Lake, we’ve made your decision process a little easier by putting together a competitor comparison of the 2015 Mazda6 vs. the 2015 Toyota Camry in Webster, TX.
Fuel economy and engine power are always important, and you want to make sure you get the most bang for your buck. The 2015 Mazda6 gets an EPA-estimated 26/38 city/hwy MPG1, while the 2015 Toyota Camry only gets 25/35 city/hwy MPG1. When it comes to the power underneath the hood, the Mazda6 boasts 184 horsepower and 185 lbs.-ft. of torque, while the Camry only gets 178 horsepower and 170 lbs.-ft. of torque.
Room to stretch out on long drives is also key to a new vehicle. Up front in the Mazda6 you can enjoy 42.2 inches of leg room, 56.1 inches of hip room, and 38.4 inches of head room, while the Camry only has 41.6 inches of front leg room, 54.5 inches of hip room, and 37.9 inches of head room. Rear passengers can also enjoy extra hip room in the Mazda6 with 56.1 inches, whereas the Camry only has 54.5 inches.
When it comes to interior space, the more standard features the better. One of the standard features in the 2015 Mazda6 is climate control to keep you and your passengers comfortable, while this is only available on higher trims in the 2015 Toyota Camry. For the best in sound, drivers of the Mazda6 have the available premium sound system with 11 Bose® surround sound speakers, which isn’t available in the Camry. For those interested in the best technology, the Mazda6 comes standard with a keyless ignition, while this is only available on higher trims of the Camry. Drivers of the Mazda6 can also enjoy the available navigation system on a 7-inch touchscreen, an option also only available in higher trims of the Camry.
Beyond anything else is the importance of keeping you and your passengers as safe as possible. The 2015 Mazda6 comes standard with various safety features where the 2015 Camry doesn’t. For starters, the standard Blind Spot Monitor2 in the Mazda6 alerts you if a vehicle or object is in one of your blind sports and it’s unsafe to change lanes, while this is a feature you’ll pay for in the Camry. Rear Cross Traffic Alert2 also comes standard in the Mazda6 and optional in the Camry, and it alerts you if a vehicle is approaching from the side when backing out of a parking space or driveway. Also standard in the Mazda6 are turn signal lights on your exterior mirrors for added visibility, while this isn’t an option at all on the Camry.
When it comes to fuel economy, more space, and impressive technology, it’s clear which sedan is the better option for you. To see these features and more, hurry into Mazda of Clear Lake to test drive the 2015 Mazda6 for sale in Webster, TX.
1 Actual mileage may vary.
2 Always check your mirrors. Be aware of the traffic around you.