Top Car Technology of the Year
Since 2005, Mashable.com has been one of the worldwide leaders in social media news and advanced tech coverage. Naturally, it goes without saying that when Mashable speaks, the world listens.
As many websites have been busy compiling lists of the year’s best products, Mashable has been doing the same with technology. The website recently published an article titled “13 Tech Products That Stood Out in 2013,” and Mazda made the list with some of the top car technology of the year.
As a matter of specific recognition, the 2014 Mazda6 was identified as a stand-out tech product of the year. Mashable’s Editor-in-Chief Lance Ulanoff even went so far as to say that Mazda6 is a “real 21st-century car.”
While the 2014 Mazda6 is an impressive product on the whole, a number of individual conveniences contribute to the car’s overall tech advantage. Mashable’s article begins Mazda’s top car technology of the year rundown by mentioning the sedan’s Bluetooth capabilities and 5.8-inch in-dash touchscreen. Through this interface drivers can bring many of their favorite mobile device features into the Mazda6. Phone calls, text messages, and even Pandora radio can be streamed and managed with convenient steering-wheel-mounted controls.
Accident prevention technologies are the next attention-grabbing feature of the 2014 Mazda6. Through the use of advanced radar, the Mazda6 provides 360-degree driver assistance to reduce to the risk of auto accidents. Each side of the Mazda6 is protected by blind spot monitoring and lane departure warnings. The car’s front and rear are then protected by forward obstruction warnings and cross traffic alerts, respectively.
Altogether, the 2014 Mazda6 is equipped with some of the top car technology of the year. To exercise Mazda’s automotive tech advantage in northern New Jersey, contact Mazda of Lodi today for a 2014 Mazda6 test drive.