The First 2014 Mazda6 Rolls off the Line in Japan

It has been a busy and exciting summer for Mazda thus far: they just finished the first Mazda6 with much celebration at their Hofu, Japan plant  in early August.  They next will head to Moscow and Paris for an exciting global debut.  However when we first laid our eyes on the Mazda6, it was not at all what we were ready for.

Allow us to explain: here in the United States, as always, when the 2014 model rolls into showrooms, it will be a sedan. A pretty stylish sedan, we have to add - embodying the sleek and aerodynamic styling of the futuristic Takeri concept the automaker arrived at the New York Auto Show with. It will also be the first model to arrive with i-ELOOP technology; and the SKYACTIV-G engine under the hood will boast at least 30 miles to the gallon on the highway.

However this wasn't the same model that was photographed rolling off the line.  Instead what we saw was the first 2014 Mazda6 wagon.

Unfortunately from what we are hearing, the wagon is only slated to be sold in Japan and Europe, when it goes on sale towards the end of the 2012. We think, however, that it would make a nice addition to the new Mazda lineup here at Twin City Mazda, too.

We have no idea if states will ever get the wagon model, but that doesn't mean we can't dream can we?

Be sure to stay tuned with us here at Twin City Mazda, 3076 Airport Highway, Alcoa, TN 37701 for continued updates on this and other forthcoming new Mazda models, SKYACTIV TECHNOLOGY, and the fluid styling and grace of models like the all-new Mazda6.

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