First launched in the Philippines in 2013, the Mazda6 received a timely mid-cycle refresh in 2015. The list of aesthetic enhancements include an updated grille, sharper front and rear LED lights, and darkened high-luster coating for the 19-inch wheels,, while still embodying the brand's KODO – Soul of Motion design language.
Mazda's flagship midsize sedan receives interior upgrades that puts it at par, or even better than the competition. Like the one found in the all-new Mazda3, this too gets a heads-up cockpit display for indications on speed and navigation. The 7-inch touch screen, rotary commander, and MZD Connect, which is Mazda's in-ca connectivity system, are also welcome additions to this new 2015 model. The redesigned cabin and center console features stylish high-quality materials and now come in either black or white (new) leather.
Under the hood, you'll still find the same high-efficiency 2.5L SKYACTIV-G direct injection engine that's mated to the SKYACTIV-DRIVE 6-speed automatic, now with Sport mode. Mazda's brake energy regeneration system, i-ELOOP, and i-stop engine idle-stop system are also included.
After giving a sneak peak at the 2015 Manila International Auto Show (MIAS), the exclusive distributor of Mazda, Berjaya Auto Philippines officially unveiled the upgraded Mazda 6 Sedan and the new Mazda 6 Sports Wagon.
Car buyers who prefer midsize sedans have requested that we compare these 3 Japanese cars – the Mazda 6, Toyota Camry, and Honda Accord. They may look like they’re on the same ground but let’s see what really separates them from each other.
Mazda’s midsize sedan, the 6, has received another update that further improves its driving tech and luxurious interior finish. However, the Japanese automaker didn’t make any significant changes to the 6’s exterior, which features the same sleek, aggressive styling.