Mazda Introduces New Mazda2 and Mazda6 Tamura Special Edition Models | Part Two

Mazda6 Tamura
Mazda6 Tamura

For drivers in search of more space, more performance and equally keen pricing, the new Mazda6 2.0 Tamura delivers 147ps for lively 0-to-60 mph acceleration in just 10.2 seconds, while its CO2 rating is a modest 168g/km.

Based on the Mazda6 2.0 5dr TS model, the new Tamura has the addition of a Sports Styling Pack (including front and rear sports bumpers, side skirts and rear spoiler), plus privacy glass, clear rear light bezels, unique 18-inch alloy wheels and special 'Tamura' badging. Inside, this Tamura features alloy pedals and branded Tamura floor mats.

The Mazda6 Tamura is available in two unique mica colours - Sparkling Black and Velocity Red - plus Galaxy Grey mica and Sunlight Silver metallic, all free of charge.

Standard equipment on the Mazda6 Tamura includes: Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) and Traction Control System (TCS), six airbags, remote central locking, Karakuri 60/40 split folding rear seats, a radio/single CD audio system with 6 speakers and an auxiliary jack for MP3 players, electric and heated door mirrors, cruise control, trip computer with speed alarm, dual-zone climate control air-conditioning, leather steering wheel and gear knob, a rear seat centre armrest and CF-Net steering wheels controls, plus a Thatcham Category 1 alarm and immobiliser.

Also representing excellent value, the Mazda6 2.0 5dr Tamura is priced at £16,695 - just £306 more than the equivalent TS model.


Published : 14/01/09 Author : Staff

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