The Mazda6 has received updates for the 2021 model year and will be available from the brand’s dealers starting in March. Changes affected both the engine range and standard equipment.
Mazda6 from the 2021 model year is forced to settle for a stripped-down engine line: Mazda excludes the Skyactiv-G 145 petrol engine, as well as two diesel versions of the Skyactiv-d 150 and Skyactiv-D 184. This means that the Mazda6 is no longer available with a diesel engine. The Skyactiv-G 165, the most popular powerplant in the Mazda6, and the Skyactiv-G 194 will remain. As before, the Skyactiv-G 165 is available with a 6-speed manual or automatic transmission, although now Mazda does not charge an additional fee for the latter transmission.
Mazda extends the standard Mazda6 hardware with DAB + and wireless connectivity to Apple CarPlay. The new color is also Polymetal Grey. Mazda is revising the trim levels, adding Luxury, Signature and Sportive versions. The latter adds black elements to the Mazda6 (wheels and side mirror housings), which are combined with a dark red leather interior. Mazda also supplies the model in a Business version and an unnamed standard version.
The updated Mazda 6 Skyactiv-G 165 sedan in an unnamed standard version with a manual or automatic transmission has a starting price of 38,990 euros. For the Business and Sportive versions, you will have to pay 40,990 euros and 45,190 euros, respectively.
For the luxury and Signature variants, Mazda dealers will ask for 45,690 euros and 46,690 euros. The more powerful Skayactiv-G 194, which is always linked to an automatic transmission, is only available in Sportive versions priced at 50,290 euros, Luxury for 50,790 euros and Signature for 51,790 euros. The surcharge for the Mazda6 Sportbreak will be 1,500 euros.