- New version of the popular Mazda6 facelift will make its world premiere at the Geneva Show
- Increased repair, cabin atmosphere, environmental compatibility and safety performance
- New Mazda Introduced to the family faces a more sporty appearance and identity of the premium
- Powerful new 2.0-liter engine dişi 1petrol use less fuel and produce fewer emissions
New facelift version of the popular Mazda6 will make its world premiere at this year's Geneva Motor Show in March. This new, upgraded versions of increasing strength of its predecessor, maintaining a fun-to-drive feel and fuel efficiency is very good; while increasing repair, cabin atmosphere, environmental compatibility and safety performance.
Mazda introduced its new family face, along with headlamps and new rear lights, for a more sporty appearance and a more clear, premium identity. Power of the six units will be available for the Mazda6 facelift, including the powerful new 2.0-liter gasoline engine dişi that use less fuel and produce fewer emissions than the 2.0-liter engine it replaces.
Five-speed automatic transmission is fine-tuned specifically for this new gasoline engine to provide the optimum combination of acceleration and fuel economy. Updated version of the Mazda MZR 1.8-liter and 2.5 petrol engines complete the line-up.
Mazda MZR-CD 2.2-liter turbo diesel engine is available in three power derivatives - from 129 180ps - all of them very responsive, to improve fuel efficiency and reduce CO2 emissions.
The Mazda6 facelift also features a new chassis settings and a new active safety features - like a new spin adaptive front lighting system and hill launch assist - which together make one of the Mazda6's safest and easiest-to-drive car in its segment.
Upgrade versions of the new Mazda6 facelift will be sold in Europe this spring. This is one of the three prime which will launch during the Mazda press conference at the Geneva Motor Show to be held in Hall 5, on March 2.
source: Mazda Press