The third generation of the new Mazda 6 is considered the epitome of a dynamic and stylish car. The Mazda 6 continues the trend of its predecessors with a complete and stylish package that sets high standards in the mid-segment for automobiles.

In the Australian market, the new Mazda 6 for trading in Sydney is available in two different body types with engine options. The automatic diesel option is available for the first time for the Mazda 6 without a manual version due to low market demand. The 2.5-liter petrol engine is Sky's debut for the Mazda 6. It offers 138 kW of power and 250 Nm of torque. Official figures say that the fuel efficiency of the 91 RON is 6.6 liters per 100 kilometers.

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The 2.2-liter diesel engine has an estimated output of 129 kW but produces an astonishing 420 Nm of torque. It has a relatively modest fuel economy with 5.4 liters required per 100 kilometers. The petrol and diesel engines are equipped with a six-speed automatic transmission. Diesel is rated almost as best-in-class fuel economy. Official data shows that the Toyota Camry Hybrid consumes 5.2 liters per 100 kilometers. However, road tests can question these numbers and spark a lot of debate.

The new Mazda 6 is not only aesthetically pleasing and powerful. They are also equipped with various technologies and innovations to enhance the driver's functionality and experience. The i-Activesense range offers a number of functions that enhance vehicle safety. 

This includes a cruise control radar, forward obstacle warning system, lane and reversal monitoring, high beam control, intelligent braking, and acceleration control for automatic transmissions. These features together add to the safety of the Mazda 6, making it not only a pleasant journey but also a safe family vehicle.