New Mazda 6 2016 definitely will stun you, especially if you are a fan of Mazda’s flagship mid-size sedan.
Both luxurious and sporty, the new Mazda 6 2016 definitely will be something any fan of Mazda’s flagship midsized sedan can hardly wait for. Even though you may find the similar drivetrain option powering this sedan under the hood, the 2016 Mazda 6 redesign still makes it worthy for you who want to drive in style.
New Mazda 6 2016 Redesign and Specs
Still unchanged, the new Mazda 6 2016 will be powered by Skyactiv-G 4-cylinder gasoline engine with 2.5 liters of displacement. This four-wheel driven powertrain is paired with either 6-speed manual or automatic. The total output it generates is 184 horsepower and torque of 185 lb.-ft. In term of fuel economy, this powertrain option for new 2016 Mazda 6 is not disappointing at all with its 26 and 38 mpg for city and highway, respectively. Unfortunately, it is still unknown whether there will be 2016 Mazda 6 diesel or not.
Even though the new exterior styling is not massive, you may find it gives significant change for new Mazda 6 2016. Overall, you will find the new Mazda 6 sedan has stronger appearance. The modifications include changes on revised headlamps, reshaped turn signals, new grille, and new lower apron with boomerang-like chrome trims. Around the back, the changes only show different taillight clusters. Contrasting the slightly but significant changed exterior: 2016 Mazda 6 looks totally new inside. Most noticeable changes are more likely the dashboard and center console design, especially new dials and graphics for instrument cluster and modified control layout for center console. The gaps between interior elements have been reduced, thus creating the look of quality finish and fit to please your eyes.
New Mazda 6 2016 Release Date and Price
Unfortunately, there is still no official information made available for Mazda 6 2016 release date yet, at least until now. However, you can rely on this official release stating that the new 2016 Mazda 6 sedan will be released to market later in this spring. There are three trim levels: Sport, Touring, and Gran Touring. The prices will start from $21,495 for base Sport and reach $30,195 for Gran Touring.