Passenger & boot space
How it copes with people and clutter
Front-seat occupants will be fine for leg and head room in the Mazda 6 Tourer, but the back doesn't have as much space as in the vast Skoda Superb Estate. In the Superb, even with the front seats slid right back, six-footers will have rear leg room to spare, but in the 6 Tourer they’ll find their knees brushing the seats in front. Head room in the back is fine, though.
Mazda gives you lots storage options for your odds and ends, from a large glovebox and door bins that’ll each swallow a big bottle of water to the handy tray in front of the gearlever that’s a perfect place for your mobile phone. There’s also a good-sized lidded cubby between the front seats.