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    Rumorpile: Mazda Planning A 6 Coupe?

    Mazda has some big plans in store for the next 6 due out in 2013 and one of those could be a coupe version.

    A source tells What Car? that Mazda is planning a coupe version of the 6 to come out in 2014, a year after the sedan. The car will make use of Mazda's SkyActiv technologies; including engines, transmissions, and weight saving designs.

    The question is though, will the US see this. The first Mazda6 introduced back in 2003 was offered in sedan, five-door hatchback, and wagon. The current 6 is only offered as a sedan, while the rest of the world gets a wagon version.

    Source: What Car?

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    Intriguing. As awesome as they look and as many of us love them...my, even if it was a lemon, beautiful G6 GT coupe comes to mind...no one buys them. If you can still make a market case on those 3 per year, go for it.

    Specific to Mazda, Nissan does well enough with their Altima coupe, volume being mainly sedan but offering 2 door for those who want...so actually MARKET the 6 this time...and let it run. The 6 is a terrific car, under the radar, and hugely more impressive than the Camry-Accord-Sonata-yada-yada overall, fuel economy and some lack of gadgets aside.

    Coupe. I'd be interested again. Bigger and more comfortable but not a sedan.

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