It seems that Mazda carmaker has decided to begin the production of the 2014 Mazda6 model. The whole process will take place in Japan, at their Hofu plant in Yamaguchi. A ceremony was held and approximately 500 people gathered for the celebration including executives, employees and a representative of the Mazda Workers Union. The carmaker begins with the production of a Mazda6 Wagon, a model powered by a 2.0-liter SKYACTIV-G gasoline engine and built to European specifications. The first Mazda6 debuted back in 2002 and its success led to great improvement in terms of brand image. The new model features both SKYACTIV TECHNOLOGY and KODO Soul of Motion design, but also the all-new brake energy regeneration system, i-ELOOP.
The specialists hope the new Mazda6 wagon will gain the support of customers all over the world and leads the Mazda brand to a new level. Their 30 years experience at Hofu and building nine million vehicles were good lessons for the specialists when it comes to quality. Actually, the new Mazda6 is the first model to be equipped with the unique brake energy regeneration system, I-ELOOP. The handling was improved and the brand manages to offer class, style, quality and comfort both to the driver and passengers. The European and Japanese customers will have the opportunity to purchase the all-new Mazda6 before the end of this year. The US market will receive the model only next year, followed by other ones. The production target at the Hofu Plant is 120.000 units per year.
This month, on the 29th, at the Moscow International Automobile Salon 2012, the carmaker will introduce for the first time the Mazda6 with Russian specifications.
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