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2014 Mazda 6 priced at $21,785

Mon, 08 Jul 2013

The 2014 Mazda 6 sedan is on sale now and costs $21,785, including a destination charge of $795. That's about $400 more than last year's model. Stepping up to the Sport trim costs $23,490 while the Touring model starts at $24,440. The lower trims come standard with a six-speed manual while the Grand Touring model gets an automatic.

All trims of the new Mazda 6 are powered by the company's Skyactiv 2.5-liter gasoline motor making 184 hp at 5,700 rpm and 185 lb-ft of torque.

Mazda's i-ELOOP system (the company's term for its brake-regeneration technology) is part of the GT Technology package costing $2,080. It adds i-ELOOP, a lane departure warning system, high beam control, Mazda radar cruise control and forward obstruction warning, a sport mode button and active grille shutters.

The i-ELOOP system is a capacitor-based setup that stores braking energy as the car decelerates. The power is stored and used for all the vehicle's electrical components such as headlights, climate control and audio. The system contributes to an EPA rating of 28 mpg in the city and 40 on the highway. Non i-ELOOP cars are rated at 26 city, 38 highway.

For comparison, the 2014 Ford Fusion starts at $22,695, the 2013 Nissan Altima starts at $22,550 and the 2013 Honda Accord starts at $22,470.

Check out our full review of the 2014 Mazda 6 right here.

By Jake Lingeman