Articles about Mazda 6 Wagon

It debuts in Geneva next month
It's easy to overlook the Mazda 6, especially in the sedan-crazy Philippine market. It isn't an SUV, so it isn't selling like proverbial hotcakes, and the current model has been on sale for what feels like a very
A wagon you'll grow to love
A few years ago, my Top Gear PH teammates and I were driving home from the introductory drive of the Mazda MX-5 at the Batangas Racing Circuit. To kill time we played a game: Create your perfect garage using only one
The wagons weigh in
Back in the day, wagons were commonplace in the Philippines. They were popular among families and those that enjoyed spending their weekends on long road trips. These days, however, the automotive market is bereft of these people haulers. Maybe it's because
Two wagons battle it out
The Mazda 6 has won so many awards and citations over the past few years that it enters this comparo as a favorite. And yet this isn't exactly the Mazda 6 that we all know. That distinctively slinky sedan has been
Do you want one?
You already know that Berjaya Auto Philippines (aka Mazda Philippines) has launched the diesel-powered variants of the CX-5 crossover and the 6 sedan for the same price of P1.985 million. Delivery of the first units has also commenced.Now,
For when you dare to be different
I don't know about you, but I think one of the most dreadful things in life is mediocrity. Mediocrity is an insidious trap, because it doesn't give you the urge to move or change. We often find ourselves settling for
According to the distributor's boss
Back in December 2013, local Mazda distributor Berjaya Auto Philippines told that it might never sell the 6 Wagon in our market because the wagon has a shorter wheelbase than the sedan version, which means less cabin space. But
How much is it going to sell for?
The Mazda 6 midsize sedan is--without question--one of the best cars to arrive in our market in the last couple of years. It is so good we actually named it our Car of the Year for 2013. Now, imagine this:
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