Finding the right trim for you can be difficult, no matter what vehicle or brand you are looking at. That’s why comparing the trims to each other in an easy-to-read chart can be helpful. So, if you are having difficulties trying to figure out which trim level you want for the 2018 Mazda6, then take a look at the chart below. We’ve taken the specs and features of two trims; Touring, and Grand Touring Reserve, in an effort to see where they differ.
For this comparison, we’ve taken the specs and features of not quite the lowest, and not quite the highest trims. This way, you’ll be able to see which specs and features fall on the lower trims, and which are in the higher trims. For this comparison, we will be taking a look at pricing, power, comfort and convenience features. Let’s get started!
As you might imagine, there are some differences between the two trims. If you are only looking for a reliable vehicle that doesn’t cost too much, then you might want to go for a lower trim of the Mazda6. However, if you are looking for a bit more, then you might want a higher trim. The Grand Touring Reserve trim has more horsepower than the Touring trim. If you are looking for more standard technology and comfort features, then you also might want a higher trim. Not that the lower trims are uncomfortable or lacking in what makes the Mazda6 a comfortable car, but if you want those little extra things like cooled/ventilated seats or actual leather instead of leatherette, then you might be better off with a higher trim.
If you are interested in the 2018 Mazda6 then please don’t hesitate to contact us here at Vic Bailey Mazda! You can schedule a test drive and see for yourself the different specs and features each trim has to offer.
*MSRP excludes tax, title, license fees and $895 destination charge. Model shown priced higher. Actual dealer price will vary.