The Mazda6 S, priced from £15,100, is fitted with 16-inch alloy wheels, body-coloured bumpers, door handles, mirror housings and side mouldings and electric door mirrors. Comfort and convenience equipment includes: remote central locking with dead locks, global opening/closing for all windows, electric front and rear windows, with one-touch auto down, air-conditioning, height adjustable driver’s seat with adjustable lumbar support, 60/40 split folding rear seats, radio/single CD audio system with four speakers and an auxiliary jack for connecting MP3 players.
A £1,000 price step-up to the Mazda6 TS (from £16,100) brings buyers a differentiated interior trim and 12 additional equipment items over S model and they include: CF-NET multifunction steering wheel controls, cruise control, dual-zone climate control air-conditioning, leather steering wheel and gear knob, two additional audio speakers and a rear centre armrest.
The outlay of an additional £1,200 to purchase a Mazda6 TS2 (from £17,830) allows owners to enjoy eight items of additional equipment over TS model. These include: 17-inch alloy wheels, auto dimming rear view mirror, electric folding door mirrors, dusk-sensing automatic lights, rain sensing automatic wipers, 6-disc CD-changer, front fog lights and integrated Bluetooth.
Dramatically styled, the Mazda6 Sport (from £19,630) wears a Sports Appearance Pack (rear spoiler, side skirts, front and rear sports bumpers, privacy glass and alloy pedal set) plus 18-inch alloy wheels, and Bi-xenon headlamps with active front lights to aid visibility during cornering.
Inside, there is a Smart keyless entry system and Start/Stop button (petrol models only), a 240W BOSE premium audio system with eight speakers and heated front sports seats with black half-leather trim.
The all-new Mazda6 SL range-topper (from £20,680) builds on the Sport specification with additional front and rear parking sensors, electric sunroof, power adjustable front seats and black full-leather trim – and adopts a more discreet look by deleting the Sports Appearance Pack.
For all-new Mazda6, seven all-new body colours will be available – Brilliant Black (Solid) and a choice of one metallic, Lilac Silver, and five mica finishes – Aurora Blue, Copper Red, Crystal White, Galaxy Grey and Stormy Blue as a £350 extra cost option.
“All-new Mazda6 has certainly been taken upmarket, but with no loss of agility, thanks to the strict weight control approach taken by our engineers,” observes Mark Cameron.
“The designers and engineers were tasked with creating a refined C/D-segment car that fully delivered on its visual promise of ‘sophisticated fun’. I am confident that the visual sportiness of Mazda6 will carry through to the driving experience and that we have indeed achieved a ‘best-in-class’ ride, handling and refinement combination.”All-new Mazda6 - Car Price List November 2007
|Model||>Power (ps)||'On the road' Retail||CO2 Emissions (g/km)||VED|
|2.0 TS AT||147||£17,680||182||E|
|2.0 TS2 AT||147||£18,880||182||E|
|2.0 TS AT||147||£18,380||185||E|
|2.0 TS2 AT||147||£19,580||185||E|
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