2013 Mazda6 GT Australian Pricing Revealed In Online Contest

TMR Team | Oct 11, 2012

It happened with the Mazda CX-5, and with Ford's Ranger, and it can't be avoided: an 'approximate' Australian price for the new 2013 Mazda6 has been revealed this week, thanks to a new online contest.

Launched by Mazda ahead of the new model's local launch, the contest offers fans the chance to win a top-spec Mazda6 GT. Under Australian law, pricing must be listed in the contest's terms and conditions.

Spied by an eagle-eyed TMR reader with a penchant for the fine print, details of the contest reveal an "approximate" price of $56,000 for "the total prize pool".

The prize car is likely to be well-featured; the current top-spec Mazda6 carries a Manufacturer's List Price of $43,115 - a figure that excludes on-road costs.

Readers should note that the 'approximate' price listed in the contest includes all on-road costs, along with unspecified accessories "as determined by the promoter".

On-road costs include dealer delivery and statutory charges, 12 months’ registration and stamp duty.

The model listed in the contest is powered by Mazda's 2.2 litre SkyActive-D diesel engine, and if the CX-5 is any indicator, we can likely expect petrol models to enter around $3000 less.

Readers can enter the contest by visiting http://www.mazda.com.au/vehicles/upcoming-models/all-new-mazda6

FOR FULL DETAILS on the new 2013 Maza6, due to debut at the Australian International Motor Show next month, click here.

(Tip of the hat to TMR reader Andrew.)

Filed under: Featured, Mazda, mazda6, pricing, australia, motor show, Sydney Motor Show, News, aims, 2013my, 2012 sydney motor show, top news october 2012

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  • Roger says,
    2 years ago
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    Thats within a few grand of a BMW 318d, so good luck with that Mazda!
    • ahaloha says,
      2 years ago
      ...and 318 worth that much good value? bleh
      • Roger says,
        2 years ago
        The Mazda will cop more fruit for the price, but it will never match the class leading chassis balance of the 3 series with RWD and 50:50 weight distribution. I'd pay a bit extra and get the 320d.
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