Another year, and another round of updates for the Mazda 6. For 2019-2020-2021, Mazda’s flagship sedan model now comes equipped with enhancements to its driving dynamics as well as to comfort and convenience.
The major highlight of the 2019-2020-2021 model is the addition of Mazda’s new G-Vectoring Control Plus (GVC Plus) system which varies engine torque in response to steering inputs in order to provide integrated control of lateral and longitudinal acceleration forces for smoother vehicle motion. In the updated version, GVC Plus improves steering response as the driver straightens the wheel, by adding a hint of braking to the outer wheels.
Elsewhere, all 2019-2020-2021 models receive Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity as standard, accessible via the Mazda Connect Infotainment display. The new systems also includes pre-programmed apps such as Waze, Google Maps, Spotify, and other smartphone applications.
Four variants are still offered, across three engine choices:
Mazda 6 2.0L Skyactiv-G: RM173,659
Mazda 6 2.5L Skyactiv-G: RM211,148
Mazda 6 Touring 2.5L Skyactiv-G: RM215,148
Mazda 6 2.2L Skyactiv-D: RM219,851
Prices shown for Peninsula Malaysia, private registration, on-the-road without Insurance.
All variants are fully-imported (CBU) from Japan.
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- Body Type: Sedan
- Transmission: Automatic
- Engine Capacity: 1998 cc - 2488 cc
- Fuel Type: petrol
- Seat Capacity: 5
- Price: RM 170,000 - RM 206,000
14 Oct 2020
Review: 2020 Mazda 6 2.5L Skyactiv-G Sedan - Power Of Corners
I'm a simple man when it comes to the interior or cabin of a vehicle. It needs to make sense to me first and foremost. I don't want to feel overwhelmed or unsure of where what is when I'm in the driver's seat. The Mazda 6 is all that plus classy. Can't go wrong with black soft-touch leather. All the dials and controls are where I expected to find them, within easy reach plus they worked as advertised including Android Auto. A flat-bottomed steering wheel would have been nice to have, it was after all capable of the spirited breakfast-run Sundays to Raub or Kuala Klawang.View full review
20 Oct 2017
2017 Mazda 6 GVC – Does G-Vectoring Control Work?
We last reviewed the Mazda 6 less than a year ago, but the intervening time since then has seen Mazda enhance the car with its fancy new G-Vectoring Control system, which we will call GVC for short.View full review
User Review of Mazda 6
nice car to have
Mazda six 2.2 Diesel
Mazda 6 2.2D
Better performance ( compare Honda & Toyota )
Good looking car