Fuel Efficiency of the 2018 Mazda6


The mid-sized 2018 Mazda6 quite easily passes off a premium sedan with chiseled looks, human centric design, advanced connectivity, state-of-the-art technology and smart, luxurious interiors. Surprisingly the Mazda6 for sale Las Vegas is quite affordably priced and makes you shake your head in disbelief with the amazing set of features and its fuel efficiency. Yes, the Mazda6, is not only about style and substance, but also about fuel efficiency as this is one of the most important factors in the current day as the fuel-based auto sector is losing more and more to the electric vehicle sector.


The turbocharged Mazda6, is available in six smart trims – the peppy Sport, Touring, Grand Touring, Grand Touring Reserve and the smooth Signature. Each trim is special in its own way but the LED headlights with auto leveling and auto off, LED Daytime Running Lights and LED combination taillights are common across all the trims. The snout like front grille of the Mazda series is unmissable and the Signature trim sports a Gun Metal finish front grille. The base Sport trim comes with 17-inch Alloy Wheels in Gunmetal finish, while rest of the trims get extra height with 19-inch Alloy Wheels in Brilliant Silver finish.


The interiors of the Mazda6 are carefully crafted to precision using the finest materials. The Signature trim is especially decorated with super premium materials like Nappa Leather and Sen Wood. The doors and dashboard are covered in Ultrasuede black that makes you feel supreme. The Supreme also has a Leather-wrapped heated steering wheel with unique stitching and paddle shifters.

Engine, Transmission & Fuel Efficiency

The 2018 Mazda6 is finally fitted with the innovative Dynamic Pressure Turbocharged SKYACTIV®-G 2.5T engine. This is capable of a whopping 250 horsepower and 310 lb-ft of torque. The engine is highly responsive even at low RPM.

Only the Sport trim of the Mazda6 comes in both Manual and Auto Transmission, the rest are all Auto. The Sport trim with 6-speed manual transmission comes fitted with a 187 horsepower 2.5-liter, 16-valve 4-cylinder DOHC with VVT. You are looking at an estimate (EPA) 24/33 city/highway mileage as per the manufacturer specs. The 6-speed Auto transmission model comes with a similar engine that gives an estimated 26/35 city/highway mileage.

The same engine continues in the next higher Touring trim that has an estimated mileage of 26/35 which is a slight improvement. Step further into the Grand Touring, the Grand Touring Reserve and Signature trims, the engine gets a boost with a 250-hp SKYACTIV®-G 2.5T Dynamic Pressure Turbo DOHC 16-valve, 4-cylinder with VVT. This has an EPA mileage of 23/31 which is not all that bad and a result of the high-power output.


The good mileage of the 2018 Mazda6 we suspect could be attributed to the SKYACTIV-VEHICLE DYNAMICS with G-Vectoring Control that ensures stability and consistently smooth performance. Checking out a Mazda for sale near me provided the insight that the Mazda6 delivers a highly sophisticated driving experience combined with good fuel efficiency and makes you feel elevated.