2021 Mazda6 welcomes the special edition Homura

2021 Mazda6 welcomes the special edition Homura

The Mazda6 2021 range debuts new features in the two bodies. The model maintains the aesthetic essence, but improves the equipment and the range of mechanics by dispensing with the diesel. In addition, the Homura special edition premieres, already available in the Mazda CX-5, with special details. The first units have arrived in Germany, and soon to Spain.

The Japanese brand Premium enters the new year with more news, although the most important are being reserved for next year 2022. Despite this, they deserve special importance, although in the case of the Mazda6 2021 it is noted that the firm is reducing the offer, as the new generation will debut next year.

The Mazda6, saloon and Mazda6 Wagon , face the last year and a half of this generation with new equipment and engines, keeping the aesthetics intact. The highlight is that the Mazda model says goodbye to diesel engines, also undertaking a revision of gasoline engines in search of greater efficiency and complying with the new Euro 6d standard, without a particulate filter. The offering comprises a Skyactiv-G 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with maximum outputs of 145 and 165 hp , the first not available in the saloon.

2021 Mazda6 welcomes the special edition Homura

Both are offered only with front-wheel drive and 6-speed manual transmission, and the most powerful also with an automatic with the same number of ratios. The range of engines also retains a top-of-the-range option, the 2.5-liter naturally aspirated Skyactiv-G 194 hp . The 2021 Mazda6 will feature a wealth of standard equipment, listed in an excerpt below, including the option of \’Polymetal Gray\’ metallic paint.

  • Front display screen
  • Adaptive cruise control
  • DAB digital radio
  • Smartphone integration via Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
  • Navigation system

Mazda6 Homura, luxury and sportiness

The Mazda6 Wagon Homura is a special edition that, for now, is only available in the family variant , presenting itself with a sportier style on the outside and more luxurious on the inside, in addition to having superb equipment and performance. In fact, it is associated with the most powerful mechanical version, the 194 CV .

It is recognizable by the contrasting black painted details, a glossy finish for the black exterior mirror caps and the 19-inch alloy wheels . Inside, it sports a more sophisticated style thanks to the burgundy red leather- trimmed front and rear seats , with contrasting red stitching on the seats . The dashboard and door panels feature black trim and red stitching. The standard equipment adds the electric adjustment of the front seats, the memory function in the driver and the heating of the rear seats.

2021 Mazda6 welcomes the special edition Homura

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