New Mazda6 GT SP 2021 for Australia

For this 2021 the Japanese brand Mazda updates the range of another of its important models for the Australian market. It is the Mazda6 in its sedan version as in a family body or Wagon that now acquires the level of equipment GT SP, thus replacing the previous GT. Both models will be powered by the 2.5-liter turbocharged engine that delivers 231 hp and 420 Nm of torque. This engine is associated with a six-speed automatic transmission and allows a fuel economy of 7.6 l / 100 km.


For starters, the entire range of the Mazda6 2021 features LED headlights and pilot lights, electric rear-view mirrors and 17-inch alloy wheels as standard. Inside it varies according to the equipment chosen, but as standard it comes with an 8-inch multimedia system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, satellite navigation, dual-zone climate control along with a leather-trimmed steering wheel and lever knob.

New Mazda6 GT SP 2021 for Australia

For its part, the new level GT SP It stands out for adding black rearview mirror housings and larger 19-inch wheels finished in black metallic. Its cabin incorporates heated front and rear seats upholstered in burgundy leather with contrasting red stitching. Their prices start in Australia from 46,690 AUD (29,775 euros) for the sedan model, while the Wagon or family is obtained from 47,990 (30,605 euros) approximately.

New Mazda6 GT SP 2021 for Australia

One step below is the level Touring It features LEDs for the daytime running lights, keyless entry, and power-adjustable rearview mirrors. The cabin has electrically adjustable front seats lined in leather. For those who want a premium equipment there is the high-end level Atenza which stands out with a black-lined sunroof and headliner, ventilated front seats, wooden inserts, heated steering wheel, ambient lighting, 7-inch TFT multi-information display and 360-degree camera, among others. The new Mazda6 2021 is already available in the giant of Oceania and is in the showrooms of the brand.


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