When motion takes shape
The confident stance and athletic form of New Mazda6 are the vision of Mazda’s ‘KODO — Soul of Motion’ design, capturing the very instant energy becomes motion.
Everywhere you look this sporting poise is enhanced by elegant detail. Its curves meet proudly at the front, where the bold grille joins sleek LED headlamps (available on Touring and above). In either sedan or wagon, New Mazda6 excites the imagination.
From the moment you get in, you’ll be quietly impressed with the refined luxury of Mazda6. The interior is crafted with high-quality finishes like supple nappa leather trim with titanium piping on select models.
Choose Your Style
Sedan or Wagon
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A striking presence
The elegant lines of the body express the sense of motion that defines KODO design.
n addition, New Mazda6 comes with:
- 19-inch alloy wheels (on GT and above)
- Body coloured auto folding mirrors (on Touring and above)
- LED tail-lamps
- Fog-lamps (halogen on Sport and LED on Touring and above)
Adaptive LED Headlights
To help you drive safer at night, ALH automatically broadens visibility at low speeds, shapes the high beam to avoid dazzling other drivers and extends visibility at highway speeds.
(Standard on Atenza)
Open up the fun
Power-operated sliding glass sunroof with tilt function unites the interior with the sky.
(Standard on GT and Atenza)
The interior environment is crafted with high-quality cloth and leather finishes and titanium trim on select models.
Seats of power
Drivers get 2-position memory and 8-way power adjustment and front passengers 4-way power adjustment for greater comfort.
(Available on Touring and above)
Atenza features beautifully crafted pure white nappa leather trim with titanium piping. Black nappa leather is also available.
Practical yet elegant
Cargo is carefully considered in Mazda6 with generous storage throughout. Both sedan and wagon feature 60/40 split folding rear seats, extending the generous luggage area to accommodate unusually shaped items.
The wagon’s clever ‘Karakuri’ seats unlatch and fold in a fluid move, creating a virtually flat floor.