Mazda just announced pricing for its 2014 Mazda6 mid-size sedan which will start from $21,675 including a $795 delivery charge.
Mazda will launch its new Mazda6 in early 2013 as a 2014 model and will offer a diesel version later in the same year.
In base trim, the car comes with cloth seats, push-button ignition and steering wheel-mounted audio controls. Mazda seems to be discouraging people from buying the base car, though, because staying with the “sport” trim and moving up to an automatic transmission adds features like Bluetooth, a 5.8-inch touchscreen display and a rear-view camera as standard equipment.
The “touring” package is the next level costs $25,290 and moves you up to leatherette seats as standard equipment, a six-way power driver’s seat and lets you choose keyless entry and an auto-dimming rear-view mirror. You’ll also forgo the change at a six-speed manual for the six-speed automatic which is the only option.
Finally, the “grand touring’ package also only comes in an automatic and costs $30,290. For that, Mazda is offering customers almost everything in its arsenal including heated real leather seats with memory settings for the driver. Safety features like lane departure warning and forward obstruction warning are available as options where the other trim levels are excluded. SiriusXM satellite radio is also standard equipment on the grand touring model and unavailable on either the sport or touring cars.
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