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2017 Mazda 6 Debuts with G-Vectoring Control

Mazda North American Operations has introduced the all new 2017 Mazda6 with improved driving experience features..

The mid-sized sedan competes with Honda Accord, Nissan Altima, Kia Optima, Toyota Camry, Hyundai Sonata, Subaru Legacy, Chevrolet Malibu and Ford Fusion.

Under the hood, Mazda6 is powered by a 2.5 liter four cylinder SKYACTIV-G (a family of direct injection gasoline engine with high compression ratio) engine, which produces 184hp, coupled with six speed transmission system.

Customers can opt for manual as well as automatic transmission system.

The sedan is also equipped with the all new G-Vectoring Control (GVC), available, at present in North America. Mazda says that the GVC system is the first in a series of SKYACTIV-VEHICLE DYNAMICS, offering integrated control over the engine, transmission, chassis and body the feel of the car.

Mazda claims that the new GVC system can let drivers in precisely controlling the vehicle with less steering corrections. This lets in better handling for day-to-day travel and in what it calls, ‘spirited driving’.

Mazda says that the interiors of the new sedan have also received significant improvements. Door seals, tighter tolerance between panels and sound insulation materials have been added to the underbody, rear console, headliner and doors.

Other improvements in Mazda6 include a 4.6 inch full-colour TFT meter display is available in Grand Touring models.

Other safety features such as Traffic Sign Recognition, Lane Keep Assist and Advanced Blind Spot Monitoring have also been included in the sedan.

Various other enhancements include complete interior redesign, new front fascia equipped with full LED headlights, LED backlit grille, 7 inch MAZDA CONNECT display with Commander control knob, electronic parking brake and Sport Mode switch in models with automatic transmission.

The all new 2017 Mazda6 is expected to go on sale from this September. The pricing is yet to be announced.

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