Tuesday, March 06, 2018

2019 Mazda 6 Wagon (Europe)



Just like the sedan version, the Mazda 6 wagon doesn't seem to age at all.
For the new year, it gets the same revision we are getting in the US. Making it look and feel even more upscale.
Quite amazing to see what a good deign does. It lasts...



Same thing inside, were it get a revised (but not all new) dash and console. Now with some wood trim here and there.
But Europe is NOT getting the all new 2.5 Liter Turbo.
Instead, they are getting "refined" versions of the existing engine line up.
Which includes a 2.0 Liter, 2.5 Liter and the 2.2 Diesel.

Everyone agrees this would still be a great addition to the US line up.
Maybe that's in the cards for the next generation?

I still think THIS would have been a great idea for the US. 

8 comments:

Doug F said...

The mazda6 ISN'T aging at all, mostly because all the competition has been redesigned and gotten way uglier.

Harry_Wild said...

Even with Toyota monies and orders to expand, I doubt we get the station wagon. Rumor is another CX-7, in 2020!

Anonymous said...

Put a curved bar on the grill and you have a Buick

Anonymous said...

The only thing that ruins the Mazda 6 is the cheap-looking, stick-on infotainment screen.

6-speed said...

Shut up and get in my driveway!!

Chad Michael said...

Am I the only one that finds the rude irony? When it comes to the auto makers putting the push button start/stop very near to the "floating cheap tablet screens" yet, yet they aren't touch screens. I think that is just plain rude. I'd want to touch and navigate with my finger when you make me start the car right there.... #Rude

Vince Burlapp said...

The Mazda 6 screen IS a touch screen. But only when the car is not in motion. As soon as it starts, you have to use the wheel on the console.
A strange set up...

TiredOfWaiting said...

I'd buy either this or a raised wagon. I'm sick of SUVs but want more space than a trunk.