Mazda6 even more polished

Mazda6 even more polished

Mazda has unveiled the 2017 Mazda6 – more about premium refinements than change – for launch on Kiwi shores in September.

The model has undergone some subtle and satisfactory tweaks bearing in mind that it doesn’t need a lot to remain top car in the medium segment.

Its chassis is even more bespoke via Mazda’s first application of the all-new G-Vectoring Control (GVC) – a component of Mazda’s new SKYACTIV-Vehicle Dynamics technologies that provide integrated control of the engine, transmission, chassis and body to enhance the feeling of the driver integrating with the car.

Since its launch in New Zealand in 2002, the Mazda6 has dominated the midsize segment and Mazda New Zealand managing director Andrew Clearwater expects that to continue with the new model.

“The aim for the new Mazda6 is to outclass common midsize-segment cars with its attractive design and establish a unique ‘Mazda Premium’ positioning,” Clearwater says.

“It has been a top performer in the New Zealand market for many years and is particularly popular with fleet and business buyers.”

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