2018 Mazda6 VS 2018 Toyota Camry

Compare the 2018 Mazda6 to the Toyota Camry at Hodges Mazda at the Avenues in Jacksonville, FL

The mid-size sedan market is positively overflowing with options and, if you're looking to get behind the wheel of your first mid-size car, the sheer number of options can easily be overwhelming.

So where do you begin? Well, we here at Hodges Mazda at the Avenues have just the suggestion for you that's sure to leave you smiling from ear to ear: the 2018 Mazda6.

Boasting modern styling and cutting-edge technologies, not to mention a powerful engine and plenty of comforts throughout the cabin, the Mazda6 is sure to elevate your daily St. Johns drives far beyond what you could have imagined! However, the Mazda6 has a major rival to contend with - the 2018 Toyota Camry - and we know that Jacksonville Beach drivers deserve to have all the details so you can make the best Saint Augustine driving decision possible.
So, to help you out, we've put together a comparison between these two models that you can explore below; while the Camry is certainly a great vehicle, we think one quick look through this comparison and you'll agree that the 2018 Mazda6 completely knocks it out of the water. See for yourself:

The 2018 Mazda6 vs. the 2018 Toyota Camry

  • Right away, you'll see that the 2018 Mazda6's starting price of $21,950 MSRP is considerably more affordable than the 2018 Toyota Camry's starting price of $23,645 MSRP. You'll be saving money right away with Mazda.
  • Both models have comparable 2.4-liter four-cylinder engines, but the Mazda6's engine provides slightly higher torque than the Camry's engine, ensuring you have the get-up-and-go you need to stay ahead of the pack.
  • The Camry's standard automatic transmission is fine and all, but the Mazda6 comes standard with a 6-speed manual transmission for an even more engaging and hands-on Ponte Vedra Beach driving experience.
  • Boasting side mirror turn signals and alloy wheels as standard exterior features, the Mazda6 does affordably what the Camry can only provide on higher, more expensive trim levels.
  • Similarly, the Mazda6 offers dual-zone automatic climate control and a leather-wrapped steering wheel as standard interior features; you'll have to go to higher trim levels to find these in the Camry.

Test Drive a 2018 Mazda6

  • The Rear Cross-Traffic Alert safety system comes standard in the Mazda6 but not the Camry.
  • Taller drivers and passengers will enjoy that the Mazda6 provides more front head and leg room, as well as more rear leg room, than the Camry.
  • Additionally, you'll find a bit more cargo space in the Mazda6 than the Camry, allowing you to bring just that much more along on your Lakeside trips.

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