The new Mazda6 Sedan, coming to Mazda car dealers in the late spring or early summer of this year has no shortage of style. It’s a whole new animal compared to the current Mazda6, which admittedly falls short in several areas. According to one review online, “The previous version—especially the front-end treatment—caused some ‘polarization’ in the North American market. Translation: Americans didn’t like it. So, it got a whole new front-end treatment, and a complete rethink for the body.” Using Mazda’s terminology, this new Mazda car can be described as “kodo”, or “soul of motion”. Derek Jenkins, a Mazda design director says that the new Mazda6 sedan has much more to offer in stylistic precision and is much less “soft” than its predecessor.
It has been determined by Mazda themselves, as well as car dealers who sell Mazda cars, that the current Mazda6 has “fallen into kind of a rut”. Mazda wishes to “rebuild its momentum” in order to satisfy its consumers that they are keeping abreast of all that the competition continues to offer.
“It’s all-new from bumper to bumper, and has been designed from scratch. It will be the most technologically advanced 6 we’ve ever built,” said Dave Klan, Mazda’s senior director of sales, marketing and regional operations, at the Texas launch. Three different trim levels will be offered. The GX, GS and GT will all have the 2.5 liter engine offering and if choosing the GS or GT models at your Used and New Mazda Car Dealership near Bixby in Tulsa Oklahoma, the two transmission offers, both automatic and manual will cost exactly the same.