1.8 L MZR I4 L8
2.0 L MZR I4 LF
2.3 L MZR I4 L3
2.0 L MZR-CD Diesel
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This manual contains on-vehicle service and/or diagnosis procedures for the Mazda6, MazdaSpeed6. For proper repair and maintenance, a thorough familiarization with this manual is important, and it should always be kept in a handy place for quick and easy reference.All the conents of this manual, including drawings and specifications, are the latest available at the time of printing. As modifications occur, relevant information supplementary to this volume will be made available.
Currently involved in the SCCA Pro Racing World Challenge, the Mazda 6 AKA Mazda Atenza (in Japan) came in first and second place in Touring Car driver points for the GTS class.
The original Mazda6 was dispatched in Japan as the Mazda Atenza in May 2002. The model arrangement comprised of a four-entryway car, a four-entryway hatchback and a five-entryway cart, promoted in North America as the “Game Sedan”, “5-Door” and “Game Wagon”, separately. In Australia, the setup was most readily accessible in Limited trim, as a car; in Classic trim as vehicle, bring forth or cart and in Luxury trim as car and liftback — and Luxury Sports trim, as a liftback. In New Zealand the arrangement comprised of 2.0L GLX (car just), 2.3L GSX (vehicle, liftback, and cart), and the 2.3L Limited (car and liftback).
Its appearance in Japan implied another combined methodology when contrasted with past huge extravagance vehicles recently offered, for example, the Mazda Sentia and the Mazda Millenia, just as giving the Mazda Capella a revived appearance. The Atenza proceeds with extravagance vehicle contributions to Japanese purchasers because of measurements putting it in the bigger “typical size” characterization, as indicated by Japanese Government measurement guidelines.