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The Mazda6 Tourer has every right to be a far more common sight than it is, because in most areas it’s as good – or even better – than its rivals.For anyone considering an estate car, it’s well worth looking at, and for some potential owners who want to stand out, its relative rarity might even be another plus point.Since the car first arrived, Mazda has kept on top of updates, too, subtly tweaking both the outside and inside, with the latest round of revisions updating the chassis and adding safety kit.While this has helped keep the Tourer up-to-date, the quality of materials used for its interior can’t quite match the Audi A4 or Mercedes C-Class, which are more expensive, but are a cut above the Ford Mondeo Estate and Vauxhall Insignia Sports Tourer.Our pick of the range is the 173bhp diesel, with a 0-62mph time of exactly eight seconds, fantastic performance for motorway driving and fuel economy of 61.4mpg.The 148bhp diesel is also a good choice, taking only 1.2 seconds longer to reach 62mph and boosting economy to 64.2mpg.The Mazda6 Tourer is a very highly rated estate car, but one that tends to get overlooked, largely because models like the Volkswagen Passat Estate and BMW 3 Series Touring are such a common sight on UK roads.
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The Mazda6 does beat the 3 Series Touring in this regard, however, and the hatchback opens to reveal a flat loading floor with nothing to catch your luggage on or lift it over.
Importantly for a large family car, safety is also impressive, with a five-star rating from crash-test body Euro NCAP.
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