2017.5 Mazda 6 Won’t Please 2017 Owners

As much as we like the 2017 model, we can see why the 2017 owners would be unhappy about the upgrades being made to the 2017.5 Mazda 6 model.

Mazda has revealed some of the changes that they will be giving their 2017.5 Mazda 6 model. Unlike the 2017 model, the 2017.5 model will be getting the blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-traffic system as standard features.

The Touring model will also be getting some additional standard features like navigation and heated seats. The 8-way power leather seats will now be offered as an optional feature.

Most people would think that with all these upgrades, Mazda would increase the price of the 2017.5 Mazda 6 models but according to the automaker, the price tag will remain the same. The base model will still retail for $22,820 while the Touring model with a manual transmission will retain its $25,070 price rag.