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2017 Mazda 6 GT Wagon Review

Do European brands, particularly those from Germany, really have sole ownership of the ‘premium car’ tagline? Public consensus notwithstanding, Mazda Australia certainly doesn’t think so, and the Mazda 6 tested here may be the Japanese manufacturer’s finest means of prosecuting its case. Upgraded in September this year, Mazda’s mid-sizer is emblematic of this upmarket push.
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