Prices of the 2017 Mazda6 has been closely watched in recent weeks and they have finally arrived with the vehicle costing $22,780 to start with. This represents an increase of $750 over the predecessor.
The price, though, is applicable only for the standard variant and those opting for the sport variant will have to pay $23,830. The price is carried over without any changes from last season for this model which will have a six speed automatic transmission. In addition to the standard variant, sport versions offer features like 17 inch alloys, push button start, electronic parking brake, and a backup camera.
Touring trim will try to attempt an offer a lot of value to the buyers. Significantly lower than the German cars with similar set of features, the 2017 Mazda6 can gain immediate traction courtesy of features like 19-inch alloy wheels, rear AC vents, dual zone climate control, keyless entry, leatherette seats, and power assisted drivers’ seat with six-way adjustment. Safety features have also seen a major jump in the touring variant, as there will now be city brake support offering automatic braking tech to the vehicle, blindspot monitoring, and rear cross traffic alert.
Prices are slightly above the sport version at $26,080 for the automatic variant and $25,030 for the manual variant. It is possible to add a package that will offer elements like satellite radio, moon roof, and a high end audio system from BOSE. The package will set users back by just $1325 while another package, known as the premium package, costs $1425. Even the touring variant with these packages do not complete the entire line-up, as the Grand Touring trim is the most expensive.
Packed with plenty of high-end features like LED fog lights, power passengers’ seats (in addition to powered driver seats), high beam control, lane keep assist, and heads-up display. These features bring the price of the Grand Touring trim beyond the 30k mark to $31,530. This represents an increase of $500 over the predecessor. Buyers are able to apply premium packages even in this variant. The premium package costs $2500 and brings features like Nappa leather, regenerative braking, and heated steering wheel.
The introduction of the new Machine Gray Metallic paint color for an additional $300 is likely to be well received amongst customers for the high quality finish that it provides. Other colors like Soul Red Metallic cost $300 while the cheapest Snowflake White Pearl Mica costs $200.