Completely redesigned as a 2014 model, Mazda6 entered the cutthroat mid-size sedan segment as a fresh-faced challenger only to exit as its fearless champion. Unexpected yet hardly a surprise, Mazda6 captured impressive awards such as being named “Car of the Year” by Popular Mechanics and a “10Best” by Car and Driver, among others. While 2015 may be a carryover year for Mazda6, there is no slowing down in the fast lane as the vehicle receives updates to select features and packaging options.
“The mid-size sedan segment is one of the largest segments in terms of sales volume, meaning automotive manufacturers tend to put their best foot forward in terms of technology, performance and design,” said Jim O’Sullivan, president and CEO, Mazda North American Operations (MNAO). “Because of such competition, Mazda6 needed to offer consumers and critics something beyond the smoke-shrouded gimmicks of some segment rivals. What the final product delivered is an experience like no other in its class.”
More than a run-of-the-mill segment hat rack, Mazda6’s unrivaled beauty is wholeheartedly matched with its keen brain. Chock full of Mazda-engineered technologies and systems, the 2015 Mazda6 continues to excite the market with its proven SKYACTIV®1 TECHNOLOGY fuel savings made even more efficient with the capacitor-based regenerative engine braking i-ELOOP system, a head-turning KODO “Soul of Motion”-designed exterior and the safety-focused features of i-ACTIVSENSE. Since “boring” is a gene that never found its way into Mazda’s DNA, why expect the brand’s bread-and-butter mid-size vehicle to be plated without some sinisterly sweet jelly?
Source: Mazda Press Release