New Mazda6 Wagon Set For Geneva Debut, But Will It Come Stateside?


Please Mazda, we are begging you to bring us a wagon.

Mazda recently refreshed its mid-size sedan, the Mazda6, for 2018. The biggest change is the addition of a new 2.5-liter turbocharged SkyActiv engine which will produce 250 hp and 310 lb-ft of torque. This is the same engine that is found in the CX-9 SUV, where it provides effortless passing power. The recently refreshed Mazda6 should be available soon in the US, but Mazda is about to bring a different version to the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. Mazda will hold a press conference on March 6 to show off the freshly updated Mazda6 wagon.

Like its sedan counterpart, the Mazda6 wagon will adopt styling and interior changes focused on incorporating more premium details. For 2018, the Mazda6 adopts a more mature look and quality feel on the interior. This is a continuation of Mazda's plan to move its cars slightly upmarket. The Mazda6 wagon will be making its world premiere and the sedan will be making its European premiere. Hopefully, Mazda will decide to bring this latest version of the 6 wagon to the US. The US has been deprived of wagons lately, but Buick gave us all hope when it recently started selling the new Regal TourX wagon.

In addition to the Mazda6 wagon, Mazda will bring two concepts to the Geneva Show. The Mazda Kai Concept previews a next-generation Mazda3 while the Mazda Vision Coupe will hopefully turn into a successor for the RX-8. We are definitely excited to see Mazda's lineup at the Geneva Motor Show, but we would be even more excited if the company told us that the US would get finally get the wagon.


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