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Wink Conservatively attractive or Hawt & Sexy?

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I just want a speed6 with the 3rd gen body, but i might go with an Audi S4 with over engineering and with an overprice for what it is.
Audi is like the conservatively attractive, impeccably dressed librarian, with pedigree and does palates and yoga (but you wouldn't know it...unless you have a close relationship). The Gen3 is like a similar librarian, with a "hawt" makeover in heels and a short skirt (but she's not as "fast" as a real bad girl). A Gen3.x Speed6 would be the "hawt" & sexy bad girl who works in the library and flaunts what she got, all a while smirking behind those black frame glasses.

That stated, we can dream...and sometimes dreams come true. Mazda is a "Dreamweaver", with beguiling design ("hawt"), with racing experience (fast), and engineering (pedigree). IF any company can give us the "sexy, fast bad girl" we all dream about, Mazda is it!


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A Gen3.x Speed6 would be the "hawt" & sexy bad girl who works in the library and flaunts what she got, all a while smirking behind those black frame glasses.
This is how I would see a sexy GJ 3.5 Spd6...in JBM.



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That headlight design is quite nice and detailed. Nice to see a Japanese manufacturer paying attention to what the Germans are doing and amplifying it with their own style. Acura's lights are advanced, but ugly. Lexus just seems to throw LED strips on to copy MB. This lighted "wing" and detailed 3D light architecture will be really nice to look at and a conversation piece when someone looks closely at your car.

Even my 2014 CX-9 has a lot of detail in it, with the LED DRLs shooting into a target halo around the HIDs. Not to mention the chrome wing swriling in it. Very nice! I'm thinking about getting some EL wire and cribbing the design now that I've seen... Maybe tie into the fogs...

Long story short, glad to see Mazda pushing design and EMOTION into the forefront.
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After spending some time going back and forth between images, I'll say that I prefer my 3.0 gen to the 3.5 gen.

The 3.5 gen seems to have lost a small bit of it's "aggressive" look. I'm not one for angry looking cars, but I love how mine has that slight hint towards aggression. It's done so well that it's striking.

Looking at these photos, I don't see that same aggression, and the 6 fades back into a more "cookie cutter" design in my opinion. Although I absolutely love the new headlight design, I feel it's lost with the new face.

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The interior, on the other hand, I'm completely jealous of and wish I could swap into my current car. They did a remarkable job blending everything together and keeping it's refined elegance.

Though, I did notice the peculiar positioning of the start button haha. Seems they wanted to make you feel like you were in an aircraft of some sort.



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DEFY CONVENTION
For immediate release 1 December 2014
2015 Mazda6 - Refreshed Styling, Enhanced Standard Equipment
 Upgraded 2015 Mazda6 model range, priced from £19,795 to £28,795 on-the-road (OTR), on sale in the UK early next year
 28-strong Saloon and Tourer range featuring improved standard equipment throughout SE, SE-L and Sport Nav model grades
 New DAB radio, 7-inch colour touch-screen, Multimedia Commander with separate volume dial and an Integrated Navigation system
 Technologically enhanced Sport Nav option Safety Pack, including Adaptive LED headlamps (ALH), Lane-keep Assist System (LAS) and Driver Alert, Advanced Blind Spot Monitoring with Rear Cross-Traffic Alert (BSM w/RCTA), and Rear Smart City Brake Support (Rr SCBS)
An upgraded, 28-strong, 2015 Mazda6 Saloon and Tourer line-up goes on sale in the UK early next year, priced from £19,795 to £28,795 on-the-road (OTR). It features improved standard equipment levels across the entire model range, enhanced interior and exterior design, plus improved functionality, ride comfort and quietness, and the adoption of several sophisticated new technologies in Mazda's optional Safety Pack.
The 2015 Mazda6 model range is available in five grades; SE, SE Nav, SE-L, SE-L Nav and Sport Nav. A choice of nine diesel and seven petrol Saloon variants, and nine diesel and three petrol Tourer versions, equipped with either six-speed manual or automatic transmissions. Eight body colours are available, including a new Sonic Silver metallic that accentuates the Mazda6’s stunning form and character lines.
“Mazda's SKYACTIV technologies and 'KODO:Soul of Motion' design already offer a unique combination of striking design, lively performance and highly competitive running costs,” said Mazda UK Sales Director, Peter Allibon. “Now, new range-wide standard equipment upgrades, enhanced interior and exterior design as well as improvements to functionality, ride comfort, NVH and Safety Pack, make the 2015 Mazda6 an even more compelling proposition to private buyers and fleet customers alike.”
Every model in the 2015 Mazda6 range features a bold new instrument panel and centre console design, revised suspension system, improved sound insulation throughout the body and a comprehensively upgraded standard equipment specification.

SE and SE-L grades now include Mazda's first electronic parking brake, a coming/leaving home headlamp function, the company's Multimedia Commander with separate volume dial for safe, intuitive interactivity and infotainment control, manual driver and front passenger seat height adjustment. A new 7-inch, full-colour, centre console touch-screen incorporates DAB radio -a first for Mazda, and MZD Connect – first featured on all-new Mazda3. Paired with a smartphone, MZD Connect makes it easier to take advantage of functions such as internet connectivity and access to social networking services.
Top-of-the-range Sport Nav models benefit from new exterior features including a re-styled front - new grille and signature wing design - incorporating powerful LED headlamps including LED daytime running lights, LED foglamps, new LED tail lamps, and new 19-inch bright alloy wheels.
On board, a six-way power adjustable front passenger seat, vinyl leather knee pads, a new head-up display and an Integrated Navigation system complete the Sport Nav's enhanced standard equipment specification.
The Head-up Display projects the most important real-time driving data directly into the driver's forward field of view. The new Integrated Navigation system offers greater accuracy, improved search features and three years of free map updates.
Sport Nav grade options now include stone leather upholstery (in lieu of black) and an evolution of the Safety Pack incorporating several new innovative technologies.
Newly developed safety features include; Adaptive LED headlamps (ALH) automatically adjust the array of high beam illumination to avoid dazzling the occupants of both oncoming and preceding vehicles, without the need to switch to low beam lighting.
The Lane-keep Assist System (LAS) with Driver Alert builds on the existing Lane Departure Warning system, providing steering wheel vibration and assisted steering if the driver strays from the middle of the chosen lane. Having first learned the owners driving style, the Driver Alert system operates at speeds of over 40mph, alerting drivers to take a break if it detects a degradation of driving style indicating fatigue.
Advanced Blind-Spot Monitoring with Rear Cross-Traffic Alert (BSM w/RCTA) combines two systems in one for greater safety. The system's larger detection area to the side and rear of the vehicle provides better coverage, whilst the Rear Cross-Traffic Alert employs the same system sensors to detect pedestrians, bicycles and other vehicles when reversing.
Rear Smart City Brake Support (Rr SCBS) operates at speeds of between 2 and 5mph when reversing, automatically applying the brakes if the system detects an imminent rear impact.

Standard Equipment
All 2015 Mazda6 Saloon and Tourer SE models have the following standard equipment:
Exterior
SE
17-inch Alloy wheels
Halogen headlights
Halogen front fog lights and daytime running lights Heated door mirrors with integrated indicator lights New compact shark fin antenna design
SE-L grade adds
Privacy glass
Dusk-sensing headlights
Front and rear parking sensors Power-folding door mirrors Roof rails (Tourer only)
Sport Nav grade adds
19-inch Bright alloy wheels
Adaptive front lighting system (AFS)
LED headlamps including LED daytime running lights LED front fog lights
Reversing camera
Interior
SE
Black cloth upholstery
Height adjustable driver and passenger seat
Driver's seat lumbar adjustment
Leather steering wheel and gear knob
Trip computer
Electronic parking brake
DAB radio with single CD player and 4 speakers
7-inch colour touch-screen
Multimedia Commander with separate volume dial Integrated Bluetooth® including internet app integration USB / iPod® Connectivity (2 x inputs)
Auxiliary input jack (AUX)

SE-L grade adds
Auto-dimming rear-view mirror Two additional speakers
Sport Nav grade adds
Full leather upholstery
8-way power adjustable driver's seat with memory, a 6-way power adjustable front passenger seat and power driver's seat lumbar adjustment
Heated front seats (3-Stage settings)
Premium Bose surround sound system with 11 speakers,
Integrated navigation system with 3-years free European map upgrades
Head-up display
Comfort & Convenience
SE
Engine stop/start button
i-stop idle stop/start system
Gear shift indicator
i-ELOOP brake regeneration system (165ps petrol and all diesels) Manual air-conditioning
Front and rear power windows
Coming/leaving home headlamps
Cruise control with an adjustable speed limiter
Multimedia commander
SE-L grade adds
Dual-zone climate control air-conditioning Rear cabin air vents
Rain-sensing front wipers
Cargo net (Tourer only)
Sport Nav grade adds
Smart keyless entry
Safety & Security
SE
DSC stability control
TCS traction control
Emergency Stop Signalling (ESS)
Hill Hold Assist (HHA)
Front, side and curtain airbags
Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
ISOFIX child seat anchors and a Thatcham Category 1 alarm and immobiliser
SE-L and Sport Nav grades add
Smart City Brake Support (SCBS)

2015 Mazda6 Prices
Saloon SKYACTIV-G Petrol
‘On the road’ retail
CO2 (g/km)
RFL Band
2.0-litre 145ps SE
£19,795
130
D
2.0-litre 145ps SE Nav
£20,495
130
D
2.0-litre 145ps SE-L
£20,795
130
D
2.0-litre 145ps SE-L Nav
£21,495
130
D
2.0-litre 145ps SE-L Auto
£22,095
136
E
2.0-litre 145ps SE-L Nav Auto
£22,795
136
E
2.0-litre 165ps Sport Nav
£24,595
136
E
Saloon SKYACTIV-D Diesel
‘On the road’ retail
CO2 (g/km)
RFL Band
2.2-litre 150ps SE
£22,295
106
B
2.2-litre 150ps SE Nav
£22,995
106
B
2.2-litre 150ps SE-L
£23,295
106
B
2.2-litre 150ps SE-L Nav
£23,995
106
B
2.2-litre 150ps SE-L Auto
£24,495
127
D
2.2-litre 150ps SE-L Nav Auto
£25,195
127
D
2.2-litre 150ps Sport Nav
£26,395
106
B
2.2-litre 175ps Sport Nav
£26,795
119
C
2.2-litre 175ps Sport Nav Auto
£27,995
127
D
Tourer SKYACTIV-G Petrol
‘On the road’ retail
CO2 (g/km)
RFL Band
2.0-litre 145ps SE-L
£21,725
132
E
2.0-litre 145ps SE-L Nav
£22,425
132
E
2.0-litre 165ps SE-L Sport Nav
£25,395
137
E
Tourer SKYACTIV-D Diesel
‘On the road’ retail
CO2 (g/km)
RFL Band
2.2-litre 150ps SE
£23,095
116
B
2.2-litre 150ps SE Nav
£23,795
116
B
2.2-litre 150ps SE-L
£24,095
116
B
2.2-litre 150ps SE-L Nav
£24,795
116
B
2.2 -litre 150ps SE-L Auto
£25,295
129
D
2.2-litre 150ps SE-L Nav Auto
£25,995
129
D
2.2-litre 150ps Sport Nav
£27,195
116
C
2.2-litre 175ps Sport Nav
£27,595
121
D
2.2-litre 175ps Sport Nav Auto
£28,795
129
D
Insurance Group
18E 18E 16E 16E 16E 16E 19E
Insurance Group
21E
21E
19E
19E
19E
19E
21E
23E
23E Insurance Group
16E
16E
19E Insurance Group
21E 21E 19E 19E 19E 19E 21E 23E 23E

Performance and Economy
Saloon
Power (ps/rpm)
Torque (Nm/rpm)
0-62mph (sec)
Top Speed (mph)
Combined (mpg)
SKYACTIV-G 2.0-litre 145ps
145/6000
210/4000
9.5
129
51.4
SKYACTIV-G 2.0-litre 145ps Auto
145/6000
210/4000
10.5
129
47.9
SKYACTIV-G 2.0-litre 165ps
165/6000
210/4000
9.1
134
47.9
SKYACTIV-D 2.2-litre 150ps
150/4500
380/2600
9.1
131
72.4
SKYACTIV-D 2.2-litre 150ps Auto
150/4500
380/2600
9.8
127
58.9
SKYACTIV-D 2.2-litre 175ps
175/4500
420/2000
7.9
139
62.8
SKYACTIV-D 2.2 -litre 175ps Auto
175/4500
420/2000
8.4
134
58.9
Tourer
Power (ps/rpm)
Torque (Nm/rpm)
0-62mph (sec)
Top Speed (mph)
Combined (mpg)
SKYACTIV-G 2.0-litre 145ps
145/6000
210/4000
9.6
128
50.4
SKYACTIV-G 2.0-litre 165ps
165/6000
210/4000
9.1
133
47.9
SKYACTIV-D 2.2-litre 150ps
150/4500
380/2600
9.2
130
64.2
SKYACTIV-D 2.2-litre 150ps Auto
150/4500
380/2600
10.0
126
57.6
SKYACTIV-D 2.2-litre 175ps
175/4500
420/2000
8.0
137
61.4
SKYACTIV-D 2.2-litre 175ps Auto
175/4500
420/2000
8.6
134
57.6
NB ‘On the road' prices include 20.0% VAT, number plates, delivery, 12 months road fund licence, first registration fee, 3 year or 60,000 mile warranty and 3 years European Roadside Assistance.
All models are available with free 7-day drive away insurance.
Factory fitted options
Basic Price
VAT
Retail Price
Metallic / Mica / Pearlescent Paint (excluding Soul Red)
£450.00
£90.00
£540.00
Soul Red Metallic Paint
£550.00
£110.00
£660.00
Stone Leather (in lieu of Black)*
£166.67
£33.33
£200.00
Safety Pack (includes: Adaptive LED headlamps, Blind Spot Monitor with Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Lane Keep Assist and Rr SCBS)*
£666.67
£133.33
£800.00
Mazda Radar cruise Control**
£666.67
£133.33
£800.00
*Optional on Sport Nav models
**Optional on 175ps Sport Nav Auto Diesel Models in combination with Safety Pack- (Not available on Tourer with White Leather).

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After spending some time going back and forth between images, I'll say that I prefer my 3.0 gen to the 3.5 gen.

The 3.5 gen seems to have lost a small bit of it's "aggressive" look. I'm not one for angry looking cars, but I love how mine has that slight hint towards aggression. It's done so well that it's striking.

I think the headlights are a huge improvement. I think the grille is also a huge improvement. The one thing I don't like about the refresh is the way the foglight openings taper upwards instead of downwards. I think it looked better when they were perpendicular with the line running under the headlight.
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Though, I did notice the peculiar positioning of the start button haha. Seems they wanted to make you feel like you were in an aircraft of some sort.


I think we're going to see more and more of this.....Land Rover started putting their start button in a similar location. It's a better place for the start button because it isn't "hiding" behind the steering wheel.
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2016 softened up the lines of the 2014 and angling the fog light eybrows up instead of down reduced the agressiveness, despite maintaining the masculine proportions.

So the design is a bit confusing where it used to be cohesive. So it's a little closer to the design of an altima and sonata with all their confusing lines. I've said it before, its the automotive styling equivalent of if you can't dazzle them with brilliance, baffle them with BS.

They even softened up the back of the car and I can't figure out what exactly is different.

With all that chrome on the front grill, maybe I should buy some stock in plasti-dip...

I'm being critical here because they set the bar so high with the 2014. The 2016 still looks better than anything else at this price.


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Yea, someone was disagreeing with me about the front end, It lost that hint of aggressiveness it had in the '14 / '15 models. The front end corners are slightly more rounded than angular compared to the front ends of the '14 / '15 models.



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Thanks for that progression pic. At the launch, the 6 designer said the 2016 looks wider. I see that from the chrome and lower fascia. IMO, they both look great.
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