It has a formal name. It's something I thougth was at all Mazda dealerships. They plot the surrounding area so you can take the car on different types of roads, like highway/interstate, curvy & winding, bumpy, etc, etc. I took a 6 for a drive in Nashville and was impressed with the test drive.lmp180psu said:Is this test drive course something mandated by Mazda that each dealer should abide by? It would be nice if I could test drive the car for 14 miles to get a good idea of the performance, noise, ride etc. on different roads.schulkw said:Mazda has a driving course here in the US for each dealership and it's like 14 miles.
The only negative I see is that the cars would have "a lot" of miles on them ( for a new car) in only a few test drives.
This test drive policy is certainly better than the 4 right turns and back to the dealer test drive. :lol: