What is Expected from the Upcoming 2019 Mazda 6
The series of Mazda 6 enticed the buyers across the globe, and with every new year update, the mesmerizing power increased. This time Mazda is all set to release their 2019 model somewhere in the month of April in 2019. But from several sources, there are facts as well as rumors making rounds that give you a rough idea of what and all you can expect from the upcoming Mazda 6 model for 2019.
Mazda has always been engrossing in its looks, the trend continued and even got better with the Mazda 6 series, and the 2018 model that we have seen as the last released model turned more heads towards it. During the official debut of 2018 Mazda 6 LA Auto Show, the features were seen to be much more improved than before while the performance and efficiency got better and refined. That itself was a clue that the upcoming 2019 model would be even better than this. In 2019 Mazda 6 is mostly expected to take a big leap on the Safety with the introduction of a low-speed emergency braking which would be a no-cost feature for the Sport trim and the it would add a larger range of tech like full-speed emergency braking, adaptive cruise, lane departure warning and more.
The 2019 Mazda 6 would most probably have a base model of 2.5 liters engine which by its natural ability can give a 184 of horsepower and about 185 lb. feet of torque. The powertrain is expected to be sensitive as well as responsive.
The exterior of the 2019 Mazda 6 is expected to come with a new grille that looks more elegant than before. There are supposed to be a pair of new front lights placed into the stainless inserts and all this would be studded in a new body frame with curves to stick more eyes to it. There can be bigger rims as an additional benefit and a swept-again rooftop to make the coupe look a refuge anybody would crave for while moving on the road.
Speculations and investigations brought many floating news and ideas in which it could be guessed that Mazda would work more on making the vehicle look more “premium” than the 2018 Mazda 6, in which the word “luxury” would be an understatement. It is also being heard that the Signature trim might add a Nappa leather upholstery while the wood trim is most likely to imbibe the UltraSuede NU accents.
The interior of the new 2019 Mazda 6 would have a new steering wheel and front seats with wider and improved padding with a higher-density foam. The ventilated seats, which have been always consistent in all Mazda cars would be evidently present. Other optional features might include loads of tech bits like a seven-inch instrument cluster that can be reconfigured, an eight-inch Mazda Connect infotainment screen, an advanced adaptive cruise control with a stop-and-go feature, a pair of de-icing windshield-wipers, and a sophisticated head-up display. The skin has to be stunning to match the premium features to be loaded under the hood to provide exciting driving experience each time you travel.