Lodi dealership compares midsize sedan models to help shoppers

Mazda of Lodi makes it easy for customers to compare the 2015 Mazda6 with competitors

LODI, N.J., Aug. 22, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Car shopping used to take a lot of effort on behalf of customers. They would have advertisements to base their decisions on and then they would have to test drive every car they were interested in. Many shoppers would give up in defeat and get the first car they saw, only to be disappointed. Now dealerships are helping shoppers make more educated decisions. Mazda of Lodi in particular has a comprehensive website that lets shoppers read comparisons without even leaving its website. All the information they need is conveniently located in one place.

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Mazda of Lodi has decided to take the challenge upon itself to compare various models. It uses statistics like MSRP, horsepower, fuel economy numbers and engine torque to help declare a winner. Visitors of its website will see a clear side-by-side display or how different models compare to their Mazda counterpart. Mazda of Lodi has recently compared two popular models in the midsize sedan category, the 2015 Mazda6 and 2015 Kia Optima. Both vehicles are of similar stature and style, but the similarities end there. Mazda outlines these differences and helps shoppers make decisions based on these resources.

Interested parties are invited to view the Mazda of Lodi website at www.mazdaoflodi.com where they can find a variety of comparisons including the 2015 Mazda6 vs. 2015 Kia Optima. Customers can also find a complete list of its inventory, car coupons and regularly updated blog. Shoppers are also encouraged to call the sales department to schedule an appointment or ask any further questions at 973-594-1700.

Media Contact: Jeff Falk, Mazda of Lodi, 973-594-1700, jfalk@mazdaoflodi.com

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