Whether you stick to the base configuration of the Mazda6, pick the Sport trim level, or upgrade to the fully loaded model, you will be protected wherever you drive. This midsize Mazda sedan has a smart construction, plenty of airbags, and a range of standard active and passive safety features. Factor in the available i-ACTIVSENSE technologies and other driver-assistive features, and you have one less thing to worry about.
The list of standard safety features in the Mazda6 is pretty impressive. You get advanced front airbags that have sensors for passenger weight and seat belt use. You also get side-impact airbags and front-seat-mounted side-impact airbags. To help keep everyone in place, all seating positions have 3-point safety belts, and the front seats have seat belt pretensioners complete with force limiters. The LATCH system and child rear door locks protect your children while you drive. To ensure you remain in control of your Mazda6 in any driving situation, it comes standard with a Traction Control System, Dynamic Stability Control, Brake Assist, Electronic Brakeforce Distribution, and Antilock Brake System. Hill Launch Assist helps you get started on hills, while the rearview camera makes parking and backing up much easier. Throw in the standard trunk release system, Tire-Pressure Monitoring System, and foldaway brake pedal assembly, and you are set.
Mazda6 Available Safety Technologies
The top trim level, the Mazda6 Grand Touring, comes with the i-ACTIVSENSE suite of safety technologies to prevent collisions. This includes Advanced Blind Spot Monitoring along with Rear Cross Traffic Alert so you always know what it is in your blind spot. Lane Departure Warning lets you know if you start drifting out of your lane. Lane Keep Assist gently steers you back into it. Traffic Sign Recognition makes sure you are going the speed limit. The Mazda Radar Cruise Control includes a Close Proximity Warning.
You will also enjoy Smart City Brake Support and Smart Brake Support that includes Collision Warning. The first of these detects obstacles ahead and brings your brake pads closer to your discs or applies the brakes for you between 2 and 18 mph. Smart Brake Support does a similar thing when going faster than 10 mph. Don’t forget that the Mazda6 also offers High Beam Control and an Adaptive Front-Lighting System that pivots when you turn.
Explore these Mazda6 safety features when you take this reliable sedan on a test drive around Salem, Virginia. Get behind the wheel at Berglund Mazda Salem.