Nothing to hide
Mazda drums up interest in its best passenger car
selling variants so we decided to focus our energies on the more popular models’’.
The Touring designation replaces the Classic model, costs $300 less but adds front and rear parking sensors, leather seat trim and power adjustable front seats with driver’s side memory function.
Touring models come with Bluetooth, climate control airconditioning, cruise control, trip computer, rain-sensing wipers, six airbags and DSC.
The wagon has been cut by $3370 to $34,750.
Add-ons include front and rear parking sensors, leather seat trim and power adjustable front seats. Five-door Luxury Sports and Diesel Sports add the $2800 satnav option as standard.
Despite being a favourite of critics for its excellent handling and dynamics, the Mazda6 last month sold only half as many as Ford’s Mondeo. Maciver says the new pricing, features and model reorganisation is not in response to any particular competitor.
Meanwhile, the Mazda2, Australia’s most popular light car, has an upgrade. The entry Neo has cruise control, steering wheel-mounted audio controls and side and curtain airbags as standard.
Mazda6: Standard leather upholstery in all variants