Practical consumption Mazda 6: no revolutionary technology, just economical?

Mazda does it slightly differently, you can read that always and everywhere. This applies in particular to engine technology. For example, you look in vain for a turbo petrol engine in the Mazda 6, but you will find four-cylinder engines with an old-fashioned large capacity. The diesel is also still ‘old-fashioned’ with a capacity of 2.2 liters. But is the Mazda 6 really more economical than the rest thanks to these techniques? We dive into the AutoWeek Consumption Monitor.

The SkyActiv-G petrol engine is particularly special because it is reminiscent of older engines. Only really special is of course the SkyActiv-X with SPCCI technology, which debuted in the Mazda 3. At this introduction, Mazda indicated that the new block would not be placed in older models, so that the Mazda 6 overlooks this technology to go. For the image: Mazda 3 drivers achieve an average practical consumption of 1 to 15.6 with this 180 hp SkyActiv-X. That’s neat, but hardly revolutionary.

Consumption Mazda 6 SkyActiv-G 2.0

The very latest technology must therefore be missed by the Mazda 6, but the 2.0-liter SkyActiv-G with 145 or 165 hp is still not childishly endowed. Basically, both engine versions are the same. For example, the most economical Mazda 6 SkyActiv-G 2.0 with 1 to 16.5 (6.1 l/100 km) has the higher power. The most unfavorable value is also determined by this power variant: 1 in 12.8 (7.8 l/100 km). On average, users with the two-liter SkyActiv-G score a consumption of 1 to 14.6 (6.9 l/100 km).

Not enough data is available for the 2.5-liter SkyActiv-G with 192 hp for a really firm conclusion. The average we extract, 1 in 12.8 (7.9 l/100 km), suggests that this extra displacement at the pump – not surprisingly – has to be paid for a little extra.

Consumption Mazda 6 with diesel engine

In addition to the turboless petrol engine, Mazda also supplies diesels, which are of course equipped with a turbocharger. This 2.2-liter SkyActiv-D delivers 150 or 175 hp and these power variants also have the same basis. On average, users drive this car 1 to 17.5 (5.8 l/100 km). The only driver who records better than 1 in 20 does so generously with 1 in 22.1 (4.53 l/100 km). A 175 hp variant forms the lower limit: 1 in 14.8 (6.7 l/100 km).

With an average consumption of 1 to 14.6, the Mazda 6 2.0 SkyActiv-G scores a decent consumption. It compares well with that of the Volkswagen Passat 1.4 TSI. Compared to the Ford Mondeo 1.5 EcoBoost, which owners record 1 in 12.8, both the Mazda and the Volkswagen do well. The German and Japanese diesels are also evenly matched in terms of consumption.

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