image Mazda has just unveiled the first images of the refreshed Mazda 6 Wagon, following the footsteps of its updated sedan twin that was unveiled at the 2017 LA Auto Show. The facelifted Mazda 6 Wagon will make its world debut at the 88th Geneva International Motor Show happening next month.

Like the sedan, the wagon benefits from a more elegant exterior design, new seating design, enhanced driving dynamics and an even broader range of i-ActiveSense safety features. On the outside, the wagon benefits from a new mesh grille and LED headlamp design that was first featured on the all-new CX-5. The lower bumper section is more curvaceous than before with new chrome strips. If the design follows the sedan twin, we can expect a new alloy wheel design and lightly restyle taillamps to complete the new look.

Mazda has not revealed the changes they have done to the interior except for new seat design. However, we can except new Japanese Sen Wood trims, more premium materials and lower overall NVH like the 6 Sedan.

As for engine options, the 6 Wagon will most likely receive the new 2.5-litre four-cylinder SkyActiv-G turbo engine, packing 250 hp and 420 Nm of torque. Mazda also promised enhanced driving dynamics and greater aerodynamic efficiency for the new car.

Mazda 6 Sedan facelift cabin

The refreshed Mazda 6 Wagon will also benefit from a 360-degree view monitor and an intelligent speed assist system as part of the extended i-ActiveSense features. More details of the 6 Wagon, as well as Mazda’s next-generation SkyActiv-X engine, will be released at Geneva.


Mazda 6 Wagon Facelift

Mazda 6 Sedan Facelift