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2003 Mazda MAZDA6

2003 Mazda MAZDA6 Review

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Poor Mazda. The Japanese automaker long ago assumed the role of perennial also-ran to market leaders Toyota and Honda, as its lineup of capable but unassuming vehicles just never raised the brand to top-tier status. Sure, there has been the odd product that piqued enthusiasts' interest, such as the rotary-engined RX-7 sports car and the Miata roadster, but those cars have been exceptions, and, despite Mazda's optimistic "zoom-zoom" advertising campaign, the company's recent history has been defined by the anonymous 626, the overlooked and overpriced Proteg, the runty MPV, and the Ford Escape clone Tribute. So, when Mazda started hyping its new mid-size sedan, the 6, our expectations were modest. In the most competitive segment of the market, long dominated by the very capable Honda Accord and Toyota Camry, Mazda needed something special to grab not only our attention but that of the car-buying public. Could the 6 possibly be that car?

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