The new Mazda 6 estate will make its long-awaited debut at the Paris Motor Show later this month, it has been revealed.
Like the saloon version, which is currently on show at the Moscow International Auto Show, the estate has been designed with a 'clean diesel' engine using SkyActiv technology - a project the brand has been working on for years.
The engine has been adapted to comply with much tougher Euro 6 emissions regulations, in addition to providing owners with lower running costs - proving finance need not be an obstacle for prospective drivers.
The model is only the second, after the CX-5 compact SUV, to use the company's new Kodo - meaning 'soul of motion' - design style.
Mazda claims both body styles offer 'responsive and agile driving', without compromising on the style, dignity and luxury expected of a vehicle in the C/D category.
The car is the first from Mazda to incorporate the i-ELOOP - an energy recuperation system that harvests energy that would otherwise be lost under braking.
Both the saloon and the estate versions of the flagship vehicle will be on show in Paris, where further information about the 2.0-litre SkyActiv petrol engine will also be available.
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