Deliveries begin in September.

Mazda announced a bevy of updates for the 2017 Mazda6 a few weeks ago, and now the company has followed up by announcing the price for these improvements. The base Sport trim with a six-speed manual, which now gets the Mazda Connect infotainment system standard, starts at $22,780 (after $835 destination) or $23,830 with a six-speed automatic, which are $465 and $15 more respectively than the 2016 model. All trims also benefit from features like company’s G-Vectoring Control, which improves smoothness when cornering, and extra sound deadening.

The Touring model now comes with Smart City Brake Support, automatic headlights, and rain-sensing wipers as standard features. Prices for them start at $25,050 with a six-speed manual or $26,080 with the automatic. Those prices are up $1,315 and $265 higher than last year respectively.

Finally, the range-topping Grand Touring trim includes new standard features for 2017, including Lane Keep Assist, Traffic Sign Recognition, High Beam Control, and the HUD adjusts with the height of the driver’s seat memory setting. Prices start at $31,530, which is $515 more than the 2016 model.

The 2017 Grand Touring trim is also available with a new Premium Package for $2,500, which expands on some of last year’s $2,180 Grand Touring Technology Package. The latest assortment includes regenerative braking, active grille shutters, seat heaters, a heated steering wheel, Nappa leather seats, LED lighting around the gearshift, a black headliner, improved trim, and upgraded upholstery stitching. For $300, buyers can get the luscious Machine Gray Metallic from the 2017 MX-5 Miata RF Launch Edition.

Deliveries of the 2017 Mazda6 begin in September.

Source: Mazda

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