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Mazda6 preferred over Toyota Camry in Lodi dealership comparison

Mazda of Lodi recommends Mazda6 to New Jersey driving enthusiasts

LODI, N.J., March 28, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Owners of both Mazda6 and Toyota Camry are uniquely positioned to understand the value associated with their automotive ownership experience. Mazda has consistently been recognized as a top automaker with respect to low long-term ownership costs, and Toyota advertises that 90 percent of Camry sedans sold in the last 10 years are still on the road today. In accordance with the analysis of Mazda of Lodi, the 2014 Camry looks and performs much like it did 10 years ago, however. Mazda6, on the other hand, exhibits fresh styling and performance indicative of a vehicle built with 21st century conveniences.

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Drivers comparing the 2014 Toyota Camry with the 2004 model are likely to discover that the platform has not significantly progressed in the 10-year span. Camry looks largely the same and fuel economy increases have been relatively negligible. Applying the same criteria to Mazda6, the outlook appears to be much brighter. Completely redesigned for 2014, Mazda6 not only looks the part of a modern sedan—it performs like one, too. Equipped with a highly acclaimed SkyActiv engine, Mazda6 delivers more power using less fuel at a price well-below that of Toyota Camry.

Northern New Jersey drivers interested in test driving the all-new 2014 Mazda6 can find the vehicle at Mazda of Lodi. Mazda of Lodi is a certified Mazda sales and service center serving the communities of Hackensack, Teaneck and Clifton. For more information on Mazda of Lodi, SkyActiv engine technology or the 2014 Mazda6, contact 973-594-1700 or visit

Media Contact: Jeff Falk, Mazda of Lodi, (973) 594-1700, [email protected]

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