I am almost certain admirers of Mazda vehicles are longing to have a vibe of the most recent tech additions to one of its vehicles, Mazda6. Yes, Mazda now gives the cell phone mirroring system standard no matter how you look at it, so you have no reason not to kick the tires on what we believe is a very well done car.
Mazda recently announced and shared prices for the new model year. To be clear, Mazda offered Apple CarPlay and Android Auto with the Mazda6 for a couple of years now, but it was never available in the entry-level Sport trim. Thus, it needed some upgrades, since you always had to step up to the Touring trim for a couple grand more to unlock the tech. The interesting thing is, the car only costs $225 more than the previous year, with a starting price of $25,270 after a $945 destination charge.
Aside from standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, the Mazda6 keeps on chugging along unchanged until you get to the Grand Touring trim. There, you can have wireless Apple CarPlay, which is by far the best way to experience the system. The special edition costs $33,745. Those who opt for the 2.5-liter turbo-four will find more torque, too. The engine now makes 320 pound-feet, up fro 310 lb-ft, but 250 horsepower is still on tap.
The 2021 Mazda6 will be made available to dealers starting in October 2020.
The Mazda 6 or Mazda6 (known as the Mazda Atenza in Japan and China, derived from the Italian attenzione) is a mid-size car produced by Mazda since 2002, replacing the long-produced Capella/626 in 2002. The car was popular among consumers, selling faster than all previous Mazda models.