2021 MAZDA6 Configurations

August 21st, 2021 by
2021 Mazda6 driving on a mountain road

When it comes to luxury sedans, the new 2021 Mazda6 configurations provide you with plenty of options to elevate your ride through Rio Rancho and beyond. No matter if you’re new to this stunning lineup or want to try out a new model, you’ll benefit from great performance capabilities, advanced interior comfort and features, and so much more. Explore the new 2021 Mazda6 sedan configurations, then find your very own among our inventory at University Mazda!


There are six distinct Mazda6 sedan configurations you can sport along Santa Fe roads, and you’re sure to be impressed with the lineup’s competitive pricing. Just because you’re shopping for a high-end sedan doesn’t mean you can’t stay within your budget. Take a look at the Mazda6 MSRP for each package below:

  • MAZDA6 Sport: $24,475 MSRP*
  • MAZDA6 Touring: $28,170 MSRP*
  • MAZDA6 Grand Touring: $31,930 MSRP*
  • MAZDA6 Grand Touring Reserve: $32,675 MSRP*
  • MAZDA6 Carbon Edition: $34,395 MSRP*
  • MAZDA6 Signature: $35,900 MSRP*

MAZDA6 Sedan Configurations

With six Mazda6 sedan configurations to choose from, you can find the option that delivers the performance and features you need for an enhanced experience along Farmington roads. The lineup offers a standard Skyactiv®-G 2.5L DOHC 16-valve 4-cylinder engine with VVT and Cylinder Deactivation as well as a Dynamic Pressure Turbo 4-cylinder with VVT upgrade. Each of the Mazda6 configurations builds upon the previous trim to deliver more enticing and reliable features to keep you moving. Take a look at some of the standout features of the 2021 Mazda6 configurations below:


  • Android Auto™ & Apple CarPlay™ Compatibility
  • Blind Spot Monitoring 
  • Rear Cross Traffic Alert
  • LED headlights with auto leveling


  • 19-inch aluminum alloy wheels
  • Power moonroof with one-touch open/close
  • Heated front seats


  • Bose® 11-speaker audio system
  • Wireless Apple CarPlay® compatibility


  • Automatic power-folding side mirrors
  • Active Driving Display
  • Leather-trimmed seats with ventilated front seats

MAZDA6 Carbon Edition

  • 19-inch alloy wheels with Black Metallic finish
  • Black rear lip spoiler and mirrors
  • Exclusive Polymetal Gray and Red leather interior

MAZDA6 Signature 

  • 360º View Monitor with front and rear parking sensors
  • Smart City Brake Support – Reverse
  • Nappa leather-trimmed seats

Explore the MAZDA6 Configurations at University Mazda Today

After taking a closer look at the new 2021 Mazda6 MSRP and configuration options, take your favorite one for a spin on Rio Rancho roads. Bring home a new MAZDA6 sedan for sale from University Mazda and discover more savings on Mazda6 sedan configurations with our new vehicle specials. You can even apply for financing online right at home to get started. Contact us today for more details and to schedule your test drive at our dealership in Albuquerque!! 


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