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Mazda 6 Sedan (2013)

CAR GARAGE | Mazda 6 Sedan (2013) | Mazda's environmental technology development is directed by its Building Block Strategy roomates first calls for thorough improvements in the base of automotive technologies. The next step builds on these improvements with the sequential introduction of electric devices designed to improve fuel economy. The first such device was the i-stop idling stop system Introduced in 2009 with the Mazda 3. The second device, roomates makes its debut with the new Mazda 6 is i-ELOOP, Mazda's unique brake energy regeneration system roomates charging a capacitor begins the moment the driver takes his foot off the accelerator.

Compared to the previous model, the front wheel has been moved forward by 100 mm in relation to the A-pillar resulting in reduced overhang. The rear deck is also shorter than the previous model. Shoulder room of 1.450 mm in the front seat (20 mm wider than the previous model) and a large corner radius on the center console Ensure comfortable seating. Leg space is 984 mm, roomates is 37 mm more than on the previous model. The length of the rear seat cushion is Increased by 20 mm and the seat back length by 33 mm. The rear center arm rest has been enlarged by 60 mm. The upper opening width is 32 mm wider than on the previous model, for easy loading.

High-Beam Control system (HBC) uses a sensor to detect oncoming vehicles and automatically changes between high and low beam to help avoid blinding other drivers during night driving. Adaptive Front-lighting System (AFS) Predicts curves based on the degree of steering input and vehicle speed and turns the headlights in the direction that the vehicle is actually heading. This improves visibility when driving at night. Hill Launch Assist (HLA) helps Prevent the Mazda 6 from rolling backwards while the driver's foot moves from the brake pedal to the accelerator pedal when taking off on a hill.

The new Mazda 6 is the first models to adopt the "i-ELOOP" brake energy regeneration system, roomates contributes to an improvement in fuel efficiency in real world driving situations. This is the first passenger car brake energy regeneration system in the world to utilize a capacitor. SKYACTIV-G 2.5 engine models are equipped with i-ELOOP. "I-stop," original Mazda's idling stop system, is Introduced to the new Mazda 6. SKYACTIV-G 2.0 (gasoline engine) equipped models offer abundant torque characteristics at low engine speeds enabling acceleration that precisely matches the driver's intention in various driving situations, and Contribute to a precise and linear response, high-quality and pleasant ride and superb fuel economy performances. The maximum torque is 210 Nm / 4.000 rpm and the maximum output is 110 kW / 6.000 rpm. Maximum output is 141 kW / 5.700 rpm. SKYACTIV-G 2.0 comes with the 6-speed SKYACTIV-Drive automatic transmission or the 6-speed SKYACTIV-MT gear box. SKYACTIV-G 2.5 is combined with the SKYACTIV-Drive transmission. Precise and nimble driving performance is supported by both SKYACTIV-Drive, designed to control the driving force and gear speed linearly in response to acceleration pedal input, and SKYACTIV-MT offering a light and crisp shift feel.

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