We're not 100 percent sure if the little tweaks will make it across the Atlantic, but here's a look at the changes Europeans will see soon. New air intakes and upper grille gives the front a quick update and the Taillights get a new bezel. Not all the changes are external. The car gets more sound insulation material, new vibration damping structures and extra reinforcements to make the driver more comfortable and the body structure has been redesigned to give the Mazda6 a better crash rating. We can't help but think the new Mazda6 would be on its way here, just for the safety upgrades alone.
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