Third Generation GJ
2.0 L SKYACTIV-G I4
2.5 L SKYACTIV-G I4
The third era Mazda6 car was revealed during Moscow International Automobile Salon on 29 August 2012, and the station cart form followed during the 2012 Paris Motor Show in the next month. In this age, there are just 4-entryway car and 5-entryway station cart forms available.
The cart is no longer offered in the North American market because of low interest for cart models. Mazda isn’t the only one to pull their cart variations from the North American market, as Volkswagen, BMW, Audi, and Mercedes-Benz have eliminated probably a few or the entirety of their cart models from their North American setup — the as of now sold (2016) VW Golf Sportwagen is a special case to the dry spell of import station cart accessibility in North America.
Its plan has been incredibly generally welcomed, and was a finalist in the “2013 World Design of the Year”.
In July 2019, the “Atenza” nameplate was dropped in the Japanese market as a feature of Mazda’s new worldwide naming structure.