IN the face of a rapidly shrinking mid-sized passenger car segment, life should, in theory, be pretty bleak for the third generation Mazda6, which has now racked up some six years of existence. Instead, it could be the key to a resurgence.
THE presence of Mazda in the small car market has always been that of a dominant Sumo; they're the big player, willing to push their opponents about and even push them out of the ring with a quality product in tow.
NOT for the first time, Japanese car maker Mazda has created a hard top for its funky little sportster, but this time it's not just a solid roof for the MX-5. This time, they've taken all that was right about the rag top version and evolved it.