You'll pay more but get a nice new key fob.
Along with its larger competitors, Honda, Nissan, and Toyota, Mazda hasn't given up on the sedan. We like that Mazda also keeps its range tight and sharp. Through the range you'll find excellent driving dynamics, solid build quality, and premium interiors. The current 2019 Mazda 6 model offers a strong 4-cylinder turbo engine to go with everything else, as well as a class-leading amount of safety tech features and a strong sense of style. Mazda doesn't need to change much, and that's probably why the Japanese automaker has only changed the price, the key fob, and the badge on the Signature trim model.
Mazda has priced the base Sport model at $24,000, $200 more than the 2019 model. It remains well equipped with LED headlights as standard along with LED taillights, rain-sensing wipers, 17-inch alloy wheels, and a dual exhaust system. On the inside is an 8-inch screen used to navigate the Mazda Connect infotainment system and dual-zone climate control, as well as a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob.
What's missing there is Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, but you get that as standard with the Touring trim for $26,600. Touring also offers leatherette-trimmed heated front seats, six-way power driver's seat, power moonroof, 19-inch alloy wheels, and two USB charging ports for rear passengers.
From there, the Mazda6 in Grand Touring trim is $29,700 for 2020, while the Grand Touring Reserve comes in at $32,200. The Grand Touring, amongst other things, gets a small boost in performance from the engine as well as larger front brakes.
The range-topping Mazda6 Signature is $35,300. It comes with extra technology over the Grand Touring Reserve as well as a gunmetal front grille, a Nappa leather interior with UltraSuede accents, and Japanese Sen wood trim. It also gains a frameless rearview mirror, LED ambient lighting, and it's the trim level that gets a new badge. That's on the trunk if you're interested.
The delivery charge is $920 in the US, except for Alaskans, who'll be paying $965, and the 2020 Mazda 6 will be at dealers this fall.