Advanced safety technology with i-ACTIVSENSE

 

This car’s superb safety performance is achieved with a body shell that’s both lighter and stronger than before due to advanced new materials we’ve used.

Mazda6 is also officially one of the safest cars in the world after receiving five-stars - the highest possible safety rating - from Euro NCAP. This maximum rating confirms the effectiveness of the SKYACTIV body and Mazda's comprehensive new safety concept.

 

The car is also a leader in active car safety features, with the upgraded model featuring a comprehensive suite of innovative new technologies, as part of the optional Safety Pack on Sport Nav models. The Lane Departure Warning System tells you if you're about to leave your lane, automatically assisting. The new Driver Attention Alert monitors your driving and prompts you when to take a break. The Adaptive LED headlights allows high beams to be used even when following or approaching other vehicles, while Smart City Brake Support brakes automatically if you're getting too close to another vehicle. Our Mazda Radar Cruise Control system also maintains your distance from vehicles ahead so you can relax into your drive knowing that you and your passengers are safe.

107g/km¹

CO2 Emissions

68.9mpg¹

Combined Fuel Consumption

 Awarded the maximum five stars in Euro NCAP safety ratings.

Awarded the maximum five stars in Euro NCAP safety ratings.

Lane-keep Assist System (LAS) .

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Lane-keep Assist System (LAS) senses if you’re drifting out of your lane and corrects the steering for you.

Available on the optional Safety Pack on Sport Nav models, the innovative new Lane-keep Assist System is designed to help make driving safer on busy motorways by monitoring your car’s lane position.

 

If you’re starting to drift out of your lane, the system will sound a warning, then automatically intervene by correcting your steering, supporting the car back to the middle of the lane, so you keep moving forward safely.

Driver Attention Alert (DAA) .

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For safe driving, Driver Attention Alert (DAA) learns your driving style and alerts you to take a break if it detects you're getting tired.

Available on the optional Safety Pack on Sport Nav models, Driver Attention Alert (DAA) is designed to detect any changes in your driving caused by fatigue. It constantly monitors your driving behaviour and if you’re getting tired a warning icon appears, directly in your line of sight, suggesting you take a break.

Adaptive LED Headlights (ALH) .

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The system has four independently controlled LED lights, which are switched on and off as necessary, to give you the best visibility at all times.

Available on the optional Safety Pack on Sport Nav models, the intelligent new Adaptive LED Headlights (ALH) respond to whatever’s ahead for superb night time visibility. To avoid dazzling other motorists, while still giving you an excellent view, the system automatically switches between high and low beams depending on traffic conditions.

 

The new Highway mode raises the beam at greater speeds, such as on motorways for visibility at a longer distance. While the wide low beam coverage gives you a better view at crossroads.

 

 


 

 

Rear Vehicle Monitoring system Another award-winning car safety feature

Smart City Brake Support (SCBS) Stopping you bumping into trouble

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Operates at low speeds, and is similar to front SCBS, but uses rear parking sensors with ultrasonic wave sensors to avoid a rear collision.

A fantastic application of this new safety feature is to the rear of the car, available on the optional Safety Pack on Sport Nav models, this is a first for the motor industry. If the system detects a risk of collision, it pre-fills the brakes so they respond instantly if you apply them. If you don’t apply your brakes, this car safety feature makes an emergency stop when necessary.  It operates at speeds of 3mph to 19mph.

 

A fantastic new application of this safety feature is to the rear of the car, a first for the motor industry, and first to be featured on the new Mazda6.  The feature uses radar sensors to help reduce the impact of or prevent a collision when reversing towards an obstacle at up to approximately 5mph.

REAR CROSS TRAFFIC ALERT (RCTA) .

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When reversing, the system will alert the driver to other vehicles crossing behind the car

Another new safety feature available on the optional Safety Pack on Sport Nav models, is RCTA. Activated once you put your Mazda6 Saloon in reverse, the system alerts you of any vehicles approaching your rearward path, when backing out of a parking space, for example. An audible warning and flashing door mirror indicators inform you if any obstacles are within an unsafe distance. The alarm stops once the area is clear, allowing you to continue reversing safely.

BLIND SPOT MONITORING SYSTEM (BSM) .

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The Mazda6 Saloon's radar-based system alerts you if a vehicle enters your blind spot.

Properly adjusted mirrors don't always give the driver full visibility of adjacent vehicles, and a new safety feature available on the optional Safety Pack on Sport Nav models is BSM. Mazda6 Saloon's Radar-based system alerts you if a vehicle enters your blind spot. If you indicate to change lanes or a vehicle encroaches from up to 45m behind when driving, the system informs you via an audible warning alarm and flashing door mirror indicators. The alarm stops once it is clear, allowing you to safely change lanes.

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Model shown may not be to United Kingdom specification. Colours and some exterior and/or interior elements may differ on screen from the actual model. ¹Mazda6 2.2 150ps Diesel saloon (6-speed manual).

The MPG figures quoted are sourced from official EU-regulated test results obtained through laboratory testing. These are provided for comparability purposes only and may not reflect your actual driving results.