All-new Mazda6 delivers top performance without engine downsizing. Thanks to Mazda’s breakthrough SKYACTIV technology, engineers have been able to deliver upper medium-segment leading environmental-friendliness without resorting to the smaller engine displacements of some rivals.
The all-new Mazda6 range goes on sale in January next year in Saloon and Tourer body styles with company car drivers having a choice of two diesel and two petrol engines and six trim levels (SE, SE-Nav, SE-L, SE-L Nav, Sport and Sport Nav).
The diesel engines are the 2.2-litre SKYACTIV-D 150ps and 175ps and the petrol engines are the 2.0-litre SKYACTIV-G 145ps and 165ps.
Notably with diesel power, some manufacturers have introduced smaller engines into their CD segment model ranges in a bid to win over company car drivers searching for low emission, fuel-sipping models. However, with models such as the Ford Mondeo and Volkswagen Passat the compromise is a loss of power and therefore performance.
However, Mazda’s unique SKYACTIV technology delivers major fuel savings and emission reductions without any power or performance compromise.
Indeed, the ‘low power’ version of Mazda’s 2.2-litre SKYACTIV-D offers 150ps on tap, the lowest CO2 emissions figure in the class of 108g/km and 67.3mpg with all three numbers significantly better than those offered by the 1.6 Mondeo TDCi and 1.6 Passat TDI (see chart below).
As a result, the all-new Mazda6 Saloon SE Nav with a P11D value of £22,340 has lower emissions than the equivalent Passat (£21,710) and the rival Mondeo (£21,740), which means that company car driver benefit-in-kind tax bills are lower (see chart below).
Diesel sales are expected to account for perhaps as many as 90 percent of all-new Mazda6 company car CD segment sales.