Mazda seems to discontinue the mid-size 6 Sedan for the U.S market. The 2021 year would be the last for the Mazda 6 and it won’t return in 2022.
Along with the talk for the discontinuation story lies a whole new airy bubble in the guise of a rumor that there is a future Mazda 6 that is on its way and would feature a new rear-wheel drive and is laced with an inline-six engine.
The current version of the Mazda 6 has been here around since the year 2014 and is in the queue to get phased off in 2022 and that means Mazda stays akin to Ford to make an exit with the famous family sedan segment.
While this might be the last treading road for the vehicle but Mazda has got something more worth of sneaking out for the future mid-size sedans and Mazda claims that it will release a new Sedan model pivoted on the company’s new ‘Rear Wheel Drive’ mechanism that might come laced with new inline-six engines.
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|It might come in 2022 as a 2023 model|
|The existing Mazda would float in the dealerships|
|Mazda 6 would continue to be sold until the inventory goes off|