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Mazda6 Pricing Announced

July 21, 2009

IRVINE, CA - Mazda has announced pricing for the 2010 Mazda6. Available in four trim lines, prices range from $20,320-$25,935.

New in 2010 is an additional trim line on the i-4 engine. Mazda has designed four contented trim lines to meet the specific needs of each customer.    

Below is general content information and price by trim: 





2.5L, 16-valve i-4 engine. 170 HP, Standard:  Dynamic Stability Control, Traction Control, AM/FM/CD, MP3 compatible, 6-speaker sound system

 $         20,320


Adds:  In-dash 6-disc CD changer, 17" alloy wheels, 8-way Power driver's seat, Trip computer

 $         21,800

Touring Plus

Adds:  Power Moonroof, Bluetooth phone & audio, Blind Spot Monitoring System, Anti-theft security alarm

 $         23,750

Grand Touring

Adds:  Bose audio, leather seats, heated front seats, Welcome lighting system

 $         25,935


Product highlights include:

  • Kiplinger's Best New Car in the $20,000 - $25,000 Category.
  • Five-star rating by NHTSA.
  • Standard dual front airbags, side air curtains (front and rear), side-impact door beams, tire pressure monitoring system, and whiplash-reducing front head rests.  
  • 16.6 cubic feet of cargo room.
  • 21/30 mpg.

A $500 fleet incentive is available on the 2010 Mazda6. Click here for additional information.


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