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MAZDA MAZDA6 Hatchback 2002‑2007
131 owner reviews for MAZDA MAZDA6 Hatchback 2002‑2007
MAZDA MAZDA6 2.0d TS  5dr (Review date: 17th August '11)
well, its a japanese car. I dont think i need anything for it. however, when people buy their fist car for life, or buying a used car, i would say buy japanese car is much better than others. you can find the reason by yourself.
I would not say it is in top quality for every body, cause quality means different to different people. but i think the car should work as it should, take me from a to b and never break down (based on service it on time), have a powerful engiene but also save fuel, drive and fun.
i cant say all japanese can achieve that, but mazda 6 does.
MAZDA MAZDA6 2.0d TS  5dr (Review date: 12th August '11)
A fully serviced car i have owned for 2 years with 75k on the clock. The drivers side window failed costing £200 to fix, but 12 months later it is being temperamental again, another £200?
After being recovered by the aa with a loud engine knocking noice, and £825 worth of investigating by my local garage, i am told that the crank/big end is shot. Now do i spend another £1800 on a recon engine or scrap this car and start again? mmm.
For a diesel, i thought i would get better mpg, but on the plus side, the car is extremely spacious and 'was' powerful and responsive.
Excellent condition, spacious, reliable, great family car
MAZDA MAZDA6 2.0 TS  5dr (Review date: 23rd July '11)
Beautiful car, lovely drive, great on the motorway, reliable, very spacious including the boot, good family car. No concerns at all but, I think too big for just one person (female). Slightly less economical on petrol than lesser c.c.'s and smaller cars would be if you were to do excessive mileage. Other than that, couldn't fault it.
Heavy on the wallet
MAZDA MAZDA6 2.0d TS2  5dr (Review date: 17th July '11)
Had this car from ex-fleet and wanted it as a family car, heard Mazda's were ultra reliable and for a couple of months everything was going well.
Then, the solenoid valve went in the engine: £400.
The Intercooler needed replacing: £600+
The fuel filter needed replacing: £150
Now, to top it all off, the fuel pump needs replacing. Cost from Mazda: £1700 + fitting. Luckilly a good garage I know managed to get the valve (which was broken) for a much cheaper price, otherwise I'd be stuffed.
As soon this latest problem is fixed I'll sell it and get a Honda.
Good fuel economy though, can get 540+ miles out of a tank of diesel.
'very pleased' client
MAZDA MAZDA6 2.0d TS2  5dr (Review date: 5th July '11)
To be honest with you that model probably spent more time being fixed and servied than driven on a road. Looks good, but if you manage to drive it for 6 months without fixing it the...YOU ARE LUCKY! Also when it comes to paying for repair you might think for a minute that you own a BMW but....NO ! It is just Mazda, but cost a fortune!!! Every day when you start a car you have to listen....what is wrong now.... And the story begans again....