The new 2015 Mazda 6 has been given another redesign. The face-lifted version of the new Mazda vehicle was showed for the first time at the Los Angeles show last year. But the information surrounding the vehicle were scarce. Now there is enough date going around to enable us to make a full review about it.

2015 Mazda 6 side

This mid-size sedan was showed for the first time two years ago when it made its official debut. The car has been greatly changed and redesigned for the 2015 and will features some very nice enhancements both inside and out. A complete overhaul was not necessarily needed, but what the given results show us is that Mazda has hit the nail right on the head with this one.

As you can see from the pictures that we have generously provided for you, the new 2015 Mazda 6 redesign is quite a beaut and a car which everyone will be proud to own and drive in. Read some more about the specifications of the car and the stylistic changes that the vehicle has gone through.

2015 Mazda 6 rear side

2015 Mazda 6 Exterior

The new look of the exterior of the 2015 Mazda 6 is changed bit not too much. The car now looks very much sleeker and sharpish looking. It has been changed for the better despite the actual changes only being few. All in all speaking, there haven’t been made any crucial changes that will reshape the car in an any great way, but it has been changed enough just to make the car look good and new.

This reshaping is owed to some small but very crucial details being changed. The first one includes a revised front fascia, which give the car its new appeal. Also the front side of the car has been given a new front grille, which changes the situation completely, and completely redesigned headlights with LED technology. We conclude all of the changes of the new Mazda 6 with the revised taillights and newly added alloy wheels.

2015 Mazda 6 front side


As the exterior has not been tampered that much, the inside of the 2015 Mazda 6 has been more than changed. The interior has been adapted in order to include some of the technical features which the car has been enhanced with. Also there have been changes with the style of the inside and the usage of comfy materials to enhance to overall feel while driving.

The first thing which is noticeable is the design of the dashboard. It has been remodeled in a way that it does not just look appealing but useful as well as it stores the new MazdaConnect infotainment system. This means that a new 7-inch screen was mated on the dash in order to help you with everything needed with the car. The gauges have also been completely restyled as well.

2015 Mazda 6 steering wheel

Another addition to the inside is the new electric parking brake. Also the newer and nicer materials are now available in different color schemes for the new Mazda 6 vehicle. The leather materials actually fit much better this time and conclude the very interesting interior design of the car.

2015 Mazda 6 seats


The newest 2015 Mazda 6 will not feature any changes when the design of the engine comes in mind. This means that under the hood Mazda is sticking with the already reliable and checked 6’s 2.5-liter Skyactiv four-cylinder engine. This means that the power will be set at 184 hp and 185 lb-ft of torque and with the addition of a six-speed manual transmission system, which comes standard, makes for a great combination for the newly redesigned Mazda. The six-speed automatic transmission system comes as optional for certain trims.

2015 Mazda 6 engine

Price and Release Date

The exact release date of 2015 Mazda 6 is still not determined nor will not be any time soon. The best that we hope to tell you is that it is going to come out sometimes around mid-2015 or at the end of the year. Stick and stay with the news and you will surely find out as soon as the news is released. The price of the other hand is pretty clear, as the starting price has been set at $22,285, while other enhanced trims will certainly features an enhanced price as well.


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