Of the diesel estate versions solely the high power 185ps models join vehicle excise duty band D at 152g/km. The rest of the diesel versions are placed in a totally competitive band C. Merges with very alluring price tags, these CO2 outputs provide extraordinary Benefit-in-Kind individual tax rates for drivers of company cars.
Even though Mazda is maintaining the latest Mazda6 line-up as simple as it can for next year, buyers will continue to be provided a wide range of choice for powertrains and specifications, with each of the equipment ranges: S, TS, TS2, Sport and Sports Luxury, highly specified within its price range.
For next year, two S copies provide access to Mazda6 ownership beginning with £14,891. Totally typical gear consists of Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) and Traction Control System (TCS), six airbags and 'Active' front seat head restraints, 16-inch alloy rims, central locking via remote, manual air-conditioning, Karakuri 60/40 split folding rear seats, a radio/single CD audio system that comes with 4 speakers and an supplementary jack for MP3 players.
Nine TS copies with a price tag beginning at £15,869 including 14 items consisting of electric and heated door mirrors, cruise control, trip computer with speed alarm, air-conditioning that comes with dual-zone climate control, steering wheel and gear knob in leather, two extra audio speakers for a total of six, a center armrest for the rear seat and steering wheel controls by CF-Net.
With a sticker price beginning at £17,563, eight TS2 versions include nine items including: 17-inch alloy rims with 215/50 R17 rubber, electric folding door mirrors, lights with automatic dusk-sensing sensors, wipers equipped with automatic rain sensors, a built-in Bluetooth system and the latest Rear Vehicle Monitoring System.
Three top of the line Sports Luxury models, with beginning price of £20,353, provide enthusiasts high-quality equipment including full leather seats, heated front seats, front and rear parking sensors and sun roof that is electrically powered.