No matter what type of adventures you have planned for the roads of Marlton, Mount Laurel, and Cherry Hill, it’s important to drive a vehicle that matches your lifestyle.
Both the 2020 Honda Accord and the 2020 Mazda6 will suit you up with the essentials, whether you're a regular commuter or a spontaneous sojourner. However, only one of these sleek sedans can deliver on all your needs.
To help you determine which one is best for you, Burns Honda is here with this Honda Accord vs. Mazda6 vehicle comparison. Before long, you’ll be soaring along your route to work inside a vehicle that’s designed with you in mind.
After a long day at work, it's nice to celebrate your freedom by careening down the highway at the helm of a powerful sedan. To help you out, the 2020 Honda Accord serves up a hefty dose of performance. Its standard 1.5L turbo engine pumps out 192 horsepower and 192 lb-ft of torque.
On the other hand, the 2020 Mazda6 presents a standard 2.5L motor that creates 187 horsepower and 186 lb-ft of torque. While those numbers might seem close, you may notice a difference when you're accelerating down the road.
This is because the standard Accord teams up with a Continuously Variable Transmission with Sport Mode. This effortless system provides you with the perfect amount of muscle for any type of driving situation.
You can also upgrade your Accord to take advantage of a 6-speed manual or 10-speed automatic transmission.
Meanwhile, the 2020 Mazda6 sedan only offers a 6-speed automatic transmission. This option may not produce the same smooth performance or thrilling drive you’d have with the Honda Accord.
While you’re busy focusing on your daily schedule, you should be supported by a sedan that’s equipped with a fuel-conserving performance system.
Luckily, the 2020 Honda Accord steers clear of filling up on gas too often. Its LX, EX, and EX-L 1.5T trims get an EPA-estimated 30 MPG city/38 MPG highway.1
Furthermore, the Accord is also available as a hybrid. This option offers even more fuel economy with an EPA-estimated 48 MPG city/47 MPG highway.2 With this car’s environmentally friendly mindset, you’ll feel confident that you’re keeping up with your green lifestyle.
Alternatively, the 2020 Mazda6 provides you with an EPA-estimated 26 MPG city/35 MPG highway, and there isn’t a hybrid version available. Without the fuel-sipping prowess of the Honda Accord, you may find yourself making more frequent visits to the gas station.
Having an extra set of eyes on the road is never a bad thing. That’s why both sedans come with standard features, like:
The 2020 Honda Accord also comes with a standard Traffic Sign Recognition System. This intelligent tool automatically watches for important signs along the road and notifies you with a visual icon. That way, you can keep your eyes focused on the road without needing to scan the area for speed updates.
The intelligent safety amenities in the 2020 Mazda6 don’t include a standard Traffic Sign Recognition System. You’d have to upgrade to the Grand Touring Reserve trim level for this technology. Otherwise, you may spend more time watching for those speed limit indicators and less time watching what’s ahead of your car.
The time you spend traversing the roads of Marlton, Mount Laurel, and Cherry Hill should be supported by a vehicle that’s committed to sporty performance, efficient fuel consumption, and intuitive safety. If this sounds like what you’re looking for inside your next sedan, snag a seat inside the 2020 Honda Accord.
Ready to explore more about this stylish speedster? Simply stop by the showroom at Burns Honda or schedule your test drive today!
1 30 city/38 highway/33 combined mpg rating for LX, EX and EX-L 1.5T trims. 29 city/35 highway/31 combined mpg rating for Sport 1.5T CVT trim. 26 city/35 highway/30 combined mpg rating for Sport 1.5T 6MT trim. 22 city/32 highway/26 combined mpg rating for Sport and Touring 2.0T trims. 23 city/34 highway/27 combined mpg rating for EX-L 2.0T trim. Based on 2020 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions and other factors.
2 48 city/47 highway/48 combined mpg rating for hybrid trims. Based on 2020 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on driving conditions, how you drive and maintain your vehicle, driving conditions, battery-pack age/condition and other factors.