What I really like the most are safety features such as dual front air bags, side air bags (again probably standard in most models – I just hope we never had to find out if the bags worked!), anti-theft engine immobilizer (if someone tries to steal my car by hot wiring, the engine would not start – of course, this would not help if I was forced to hand over the key!).
For some reasons I always felt as if I had a flat tire when driving my car. With the new vehicle, there is a Tire Pressure Monitoring System Warning Light which provides a comfort level that I would be warned when the tire pressure was low. I would then have the tire check in advance, avoiding any possible flat tire leaving me stranded in the middle of nowhere!
Here comes the best part – the answer to why name the car “Luc”? I don’t know how it got started when I gave the name “Z” to the other vehicle, Mazda 626. I wanted to call it “Zach” but my husband did not like the name as it was a bit too close to “Jack” which was the name of one of my former boyfriends! This time, for this Mazda6, I selected the name “Luc” based on the pronunciation of number Six in Hakka and Cantonese Chinese dialects. There you have it, another weird thinking process in the mind of a hockey junkie named TOTA!