New 2015 Facelift Mazda 6 setting the standard in the family car segment

Published Date: 18th May 2015

This latest generation Mazda 6 is available on the current 15 plate and you can also order it for the upcoming September 65 Plate.

Mazda has refreshed the styling and enhanced the standard equipment on the car. As of the 23rd February 2015 the OTR price was slightly increased to start from £19,750 and goes upwards to £28,795 for the top-of-the-line Sport Nav model.

You have a choice of a 28-strong line-up, ranging from saloon to tourer and improvements to standard equipment on the SE, SEL and Sport Nav models

Mazda have installed a new DAB radio 7” colour touch display, a multimedia command centre with volume dial and integrated navigation system.

You can also order your new 15 Plate Mazda 6 Facelift with the additional Safety Pack, which includes; adaptive LED headlights, lane-keep assist system, blind-spot monitoring and rear smart city brake support.

All models 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.

Mazda 6 Sport Nav Spec

Top-of-the-line Sport Nav models benefit from new exterior features including a re-styled front - new grille and signature wing design - incorporating powerful LED headlights including LED daytime running lights, LED front fog lights and new 19-inch bright alloy wheels.

In the cabin, a six-way power adjustable front passenger seat, a new head-up display and an Integrated Navigation system complete the Sport Nav model's enhanced standard equipment specification.

The new and improved Head-up Display projects the most important real-time driving data directly into the driver's forward field of view, such as speed and turn-by-turn navigation. The new Integrated Navigation system offers greater accuracy, improved search features and three years of free European 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.

A closer look at the Safety Pack

Mazda’s Lane-keep Assist System (LAS) with Driver Attention Alert, replaces the existing Lane Departure Warning system. This provides steering wheel vibration and assisted steering if the driver strays from the middle of the chosen lane. The intelligent Driver Attention Alert system learns the owners’ driving styles, and alerts them to take a break if it detects a degradation of driving style that indicates the effects of driver fatigue. It operates at speeds of over 37mph.

The latest Mazda Blind Spot Monitoring with Rear Cross-Traffic Alert (BSM w/RCTA) replaces the outgoing Rear Vehicle Monitoring system. This new feature combines two systems in one for greater safety. Its 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.

The newly revised Rear Smart City Brake Support (Rr SCBS) joins the Smart City Brake Support system, and operates at speeds of between 1 and 5mph when reversing, automatically applying the brakes if the system detects an imminent rear impact.

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