If you feel a little confused, do not worry, you do not see the Mazda 6 facelift is not a long drive. Last year the car received some styling and chassis changes to bring it up to date, but now, for the 2016 (or 2017 model year) there are more revisions to stay relevant next to rivals like the Ford Mondeo and Skoda Superb Estates.
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The changes apply to both Saloon and Tourer we are driving here, although visually, from the outside, there was no change at all, so you can stop squinting at the picture. Inside, however, while the second dimension model 'remains exactly the same, there has been a material upgrade, while a more generous level of standard equipment has been applied to higher SE-L Nav and Sport Nav trims. Each of the cars' braking technology city now recognizes pedestrians, too.
More specifically, all Mazda 6 models now come with something called G-Vectoring Control, or GVC. Not to be confused with torque vectoring, GVC did not brake the wheel. Conversely, when turning into a corner, the machine senses the steering input and very slightly reduced output torque, which in turn shifts the weight forward a little bit and help the effectiveness of the front tire. However, the benefits go beyond that, it also provides high-speed stability bigger and increase driver and passenger comfort. This is potentially a smart thing.