Getting to Know the 2020 Mazda 6 in Advance
The third-generation of Mazda 6 made its debut in the year 2014. It was back then when Mazda used in it the Kodo design language that sharpened the look of this car. In the year 2018, it went through a redesign again that gifted the Mazda 6 lineup a new grille with LED headlights. Nothing changed for the 2019 model, and till now nothing much has been announced so far about what would change in the 2020 edition of the Mazda 6 series.
But according to some in house staff at the Mazda Corona dealership, Mazda is all set to make a debut appearance of its new 2.2-liter diesel engine for the U.S. marketwhich might power the 2020 model year of Mazda 6. Though only some scanty news got spread about thisdiesel version of 2020 Mazda 6, more information came out from the manufacturer about the gasoline versions of 2020 Mazda 6.
The same source say that the closest rivals of the 2020 Mazda 6 can be with the Toyota Camry, Nissan Altima andHonda Accord.
Predictions for the Powertrain
As the current year version of 2019 has a base engine of 2.5-liter four-cylinder capacity which is capable of cranking out 187 of horsepower, most buyers are looking for more power that can get them at least a 250 of hp that can be derived from a turbocharged 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine. If Mazda has done a proper market research, the same can be expected to power the 2020 edition of Mazda 6 continuing to pair with the standard six-speed automatic transmission.
According to the authentic reports, there is also a chance for a six-cog manual transmission to join the 2020 lineup of Mazda 6. Sources say, that this new engine might return a decent EPA rated fuel economy counting 27 mpg in the city, 30 mpg on the highway, and 28 mpg in a combined trip which is expected to be significantly rising for the Mazda 6 diesel versions.
Probable Upgrades for the Interior
After the 2018 refreshment done on the Mazda 6 series, which made a huge impact on its market, many are expecting that Mazda will bring some brand-new design for the interior cabin of 2020 edition as well, that must be including the dashboard, the seats, and also the climate control interface that can promise a higher level of both creature comfort and aesthetic satisfaction.
Expected Safety Upgrades
Since the 2018 model, the Mazda 6 got selected as the IIHS Top Safety Pick. Everyone can predict that Mazda would naturally like to continue this prestigious award for its upcoming 2020 model as well. But to stay stable on this rating, the 2020 model year of Mazda 6 needs to frame a yet more rigid structural frame, make safety features like automatic emergency braking, blind-spot monitors, active lane control, and adaptive cruise control as standard.
The Bottom Line
The Concesionario Corona Mazda dealer staff confessed that till now Mazda has not announced any official date for the release of 2020 Mazda 6. So, you need to stay in touch with them for immediate updates.