New Mazda 6 Quotes

Performance

The Mazda6 is an extremely responsive car that’s got plenty of grip and is superbly well weighted, making this vehicle a genuine pleasure to drive. The Mazda6 engine range features a 2.0-litre petrol and a 2.2-litre diesel. The petrol engine offers two power outputs – 143bhp and a 163bhp for slightly increased power. The 2.2-litre diesel engine offers either a 148bhp or the higher powered 173bhp Sport version; becoming the most powerful version of the Mazda 6 available.

Running Costs

The fuel economy on offer with the Mazda6 is extremely impressive for a saloon car of it’s shape and size, with official statistics stating an average of 72mpg. For a slightly higher powered diesel engine, it’s more likely to be an average of around 55mpg for an ordinary day. However this is still slightly more beneficial financially than even the lowest powered petrol engines, with official statistics which only offer 51mpg. That being said, the Mazda6 is an extremely affordable saloon and is a pleasure to drive.

Equipment

The Mazda 6 has various levels of trims available, all featuring a very impressive list of features. The basic SE trim offers 17-inch alloys, power-operated door mirrors with integrated light, push button start/stop, cruise control, electric one-touch windows, air con, steering wheel controls, , front fog lights, rear LED lights. Upgrading to the SE-L offers dusk-sensing lights, rain sensing front wipers, privacy glass for rear passengers and heated power door mirrors with integrated indicators. The SE-L also boasts an auto-dimming rear-view mirror, sliding centre armrest, dual-zone climate control, rear air-vents and front and rear parking sensors. The top of the range Sport option offers all of the above and adds 19-inch alloys, LED and bi-xenon headlights, keyless entry and reversing camera with guides.