The 2011 Mazda6 price for the hatchback and estate body styles sold in UK has been announced. There will be 6 engine choices for the 2011 Mazda6 among which the newly developed 2.0-litre DISI petrol engine that produces 155 PS, a 2.2-litre diesel unit with 129 PS and 340 Nm of torque and a 2.2-litre turbo diesel with 180 PS.
All these new engines available for the 2011 Mazda6 are more efficient needing less fuel and with lower CO2 emissions when compared to the previous generation. The 2011 Mazda6 will hit the market under the S, TS, TS2 and Sport trim levels and some upgraded features that will be offered according to the equipment levels include ‘smart’ turn signals, Emergency Stop Signal, parking sensors front and rear, Hill Hold Assist and AFS front lights.
The 2011 Mazda6 price starts and 16,990 GBP and reaches 23,445 GBP.
Mazda press release :
To meet strong demand for the popular Mazda6 from both retail and
fleet customers, Mazda Motors UKis bringing forward the ‘on sale’ date
for the upgraded Mazda6 models for 2010.  The new 19-strong range
features refreshed exterior and interior styling, additional equipment
and a range of significant technical enhancements that improve fuel
economy by up to 6.4 percent and reduced CO2 emissions by up to 6.1 percent.
Customers will be offered a choice of two body styles** (hatchback
and estate), six engines (three petrol and three diesel) and four
equipment levels – S, TS, TS2, and Sport.  Improved fuel
economy, lower Road Fund Licence bands and reduced Benefit In Kind
costs offer buyers significant savings while prices for the new Mazda6
are increased by an average of just 4.8 percent ranging from £16,990 to
£23,445 on-the-road.
“Distinctive styling has always given the Mazda6 ‘stand-out’ looks
from other family cars and the refreshed model has an even more
sophisticated appearance,” comments Mark Cameron, Sales and Marketing
Director, Mazda UK. 
“Dynamic and engaging driving characteristics have also played a big
part in the success of Mazda6 and they remain at the heart of the
upgraded model.”
“The upgraded Mazda6 has been given a make-over that is much more
than a cosmetic exercise.  While the car has more aggressive front
styling, the engines, suspension and steering have been fine-tuned
enhancing the refinement of the driving experience.  Mazda6 remains
among the best-in-class for CO2 emissions and its ownership
experience is underpinned by reduced costs and Mazda’s outstanding
build quality and reliability,” adds Cameron.
Retuned engines deliver reduced CO2 emissions
A new 2-litre DISI petrol engine delivers 155ps (up from 147ps),
while the lower power 2.2-litre diesel generates more power and torque
– up 4ps to 129ps and up 20Nm to 340Nm at 1,800rpm.  The highest power
2.2-litre diesel now produces 180ps (down 5ps) but modifications to the
turbocharger boost torque delivery whilst facilitating improvements in
fuel economy and CO2 emissions which therefore sees it retaining its overall excellence in performance.
A Sport 2.0-litre petrol model with Mazda’s five-speed automatic
transmission is introduced after dealers reported a latent demand for a
top-of-the-range model with this specification.
The upgraded Mazda6 achieves fuel economy average improvements of 3.2 and 4.1 percent (petrol/diesel) and CO2
emissions reductions that average 4.4 and 4.8 percent (petrol/diesel),
so the lower power 2.2-litre, 129ps diesel hatchback now has a rating
of just 138g/km.  These improvements move many models into a lower RFL
band.  All new Mazda6 models now meet Euro5 emission standards***.
Four, highly specified equipment levels
Although Mazda is keeping the upgraded Mazda6 range as simple as
possible, buyers will continue to be offered a broad choice of
powertrains and specifications, with each of the four equipment levels
– S, TS, TS2, and Sport – highly specified within its price band.
Upgraded equipment for the new Mazda6 encompasses ‘smart’ turn
indicators and Emergency Stop Signal (ESS) for the ‘S’ grade and all
other models.  Additional items moving up the range include: rear
spoiler (TS upwards), front & rear parking sensors and Hill Hold
Assist (HHA), (TS2 upwards), and swivel-type AFS front lights (Sport). 
Full leather trim is now available as an option on all TS2 and Sport models and includes powered driver and front passenger seats with a memory function on the driver’s seat.

Source: Mazda