2013 is finally here and Mazda is kicking off the New Year with the newly redesigned 2014 Mazda6 that launched days ago. New Mazda dealerships like Don Mealey’s Sport Mazda in Orlando, Florida, started seeing display models of the 2014 Mazda6 roll onto the showroom floor at the end of December. Now that January is here, auto shoppers can finally start seeing retail vehicles with an opportunity to test drive before buying. Dealerships will be receiving the new Mazda6s periodically throughout the month before being more readily available on the lot.
The Mazda Experts at Sport Mazda are already knowledgeable about the newest iteration of the Mazda6 and can help interested car buyers choose between the base model starting at $20,880, the i Sport model starting at $22,495 and the i Touring model starting at $24,495. Shoppers that choose a Mazda6 with a manual transmission can enjoy up to 37 mpg on the highway, while shoppers that choose one with an automatic transmission will be able to squeeze an extra mile in fuel economy giving it 38 mpg on the highway. The Skyactiv-D diesel engine will not be an option at first, and according to Mazda USA, they will be appearing in the latter half of 2013 around the time of the 2014 CX-5 launch.