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Mazda Mazda6 Most Common Problems

wheel bearing / hub
bulb: headlight
brake caliper
ignition coil pack
motor mount
water pump
engine intake hose / tube / boot
control arm / tension strut / thrust arm / lateral link
CV joint / axle / half shaft
oxygen sensor
door seal / weather strip
exhaust flex pipe / mid pipe / tail pipe
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Chart is based on 1101 vehicles in TrueDelta's reliability survey.
These are the problems owners most commonly reported on TrueDelta's Car Reliability Survey. For many models not all entries have been coded yet, so focus on the relative numbers rather than the absolute numbers. Usually when people say "they all have this problem," the problem in question actually affects between 10 percent and 20 percent of all cars. We aren't counting wear items like brake pads and rotors that truly do require periodic replacement on all cars.

TrueDelta Reviews the Materials And Workmanship of the 2019 Mazda Mazda6

2019 Mazda Mazda6 Materials And Workmanship: Pros
2018 It has become so common for auto makers to proclaim "improved interior materials" that I don't give such claims much weight. Sure, their car has gotten better, but so have everyone else's, and car buyers' expectations have risen at least as fast. Auto makers might not need to run to keep up, but they'd better walk quickly. Even against this backdrop, the interior of the 2018 Mazda6 impresses. Already improved for 2016 compared to the 2014 (when the sedan was last fully redesigned), the 2018 upgrades truly take the cabin to another level. This is even the case with the base trim, which has upholstered and stitched surfaces on the instrument panel, doors, and center console. Quite a few sedans priced tens of thousands higher don't have such extensive soft trim. Then there's the Mazda6 Signature, new for 2018. This new trim level adds bands of synthetic suede and matte wood trim along the doors and instrument panel, plus nappa leather instead of the standard-grade leather of the Grand Touring Reserve--all in relaxing shades of brown. Honda upgraded the Accord's interior with that car's 2018 redesign, but not to nearly the Mazda's level. Much hard plastic remains, including on the doors and center console. Compared to the leather in the Mazda, the Honda's hides look and feel like vinyl. full 2018 Mazda Mazda6 review
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