Mazda Announces Official Pricing For its New Mazda6 Sedan


Mazda’s new sedan, the Mazda6, promises to keep going from where the successful old model left off. With its combination of newly-found refinement and power, it’s sure to win over a slew of new consumers. Now, Mazda has finally released the official pricing scheme for this new model.

The 2009 Mazda6 sports sedan will start at $18,550, equipped with a 170-horsepower, 2.5-liter, I-4 engine and a six-speed manual transmission. Pricing for the 2009 Mazda6 S, powered by a 273-horsepower, V6 engine and six-speed Sport AT automatic transmission begins at $24,130. Destination charges for all 2009 model-year Mazda vehicles are $670 and $715 in Alaska.

The 2009 Mazda6 will be available as a four-door sedan and in four trim levels: SV (I-4 models only), Sport, Touring and Grand Touring, and with varying levels of standard and optional equipment. All models will come with these features as standard equipment: air-conditioning, power windows, mirrors and door locks, anti-lock brakes (ABS), dynamic stability control, traction control, frontal and seat-mounted airbags for driver and front passenger, side air-curtain airbags for front and rear seat passengers and a tire-pressure monitoring system.

Jim O’Sullivan, president and CEO of Mazda North American Operations (MNAO) says, “this is the most important new vehicle Mazda has launched in a decade. Bringing any new car to market at a competitive price has always been critical, but seldom more-so than today.  Customers are looking for that rare combination of style, dynamics, economy and a great price, and the all-new 2009 Mazda6 delivers on all levels.”

The 2009 Mazda6 arrived at dealers across the country in August. All the cars are sold and badged as 2009 models.