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You can find 46 different trims for the Mazda Mazda6 and their corresponding recommended oil type.
The years available stretch from 2002 through to 2020 and to view the oil type and capacity you just click to expand.
Known as the Atenza in Japan, the Mazda6 (or Mazda 6) replaced the 626 model by the same manufacturer as its flagship mid-sized car.
Selling faster than any previous Mazda made before it, the Mazda6 started the revolution by the company that saw it jump in popularity after its 2002 release.
The car owes its original success to its large range of trims, engines and transmissions that customers can mix and match to suit their preferences.
For those wanting a slightly more exciting package the performance trim that Mazda called the “MPS” (or the Mazdaspeed Atenza) in some markets features a turbocharged 2.3 litre gasoline engine.
Alongside its powerful engine was a 6 speed manual transmission and all-wheel drive to ensure it kept traction during tough driving.
2007 saw the introduction of the second generation Mazda6 which regained its platform that it shared with Ford and its exterior styling was modernised slightly.
Over the years the car has retained a very similar design with only slight changes made to help modernise its appearance with the most recent taking place in 2018 – also adding new mobile device connectivity with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.