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2012 (62) Mazda 62.0 Sport 5dr Auto

Aberdeen Craigshaw Road Complex

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Standard specification

Driver Convenience

Cruise controlDigital clock
Digital exterior temperature gaugeEngine start/stop button
Front and rear parking sensorsPower Steering
Rear Vehicle Monitoring SystemSpeed warning
Trip computer 


6 CD changer8 speakers
Auxiliary input socketBluetooth connectivity including audio streaming
BOSE sound systemSingle play CD/radio with MP3 compatability
Steering wheel mounted remote controls 

Exterior Features

'Global' closing of front/rear windows3 speed front intermittent wipe and electric wash
Auto dimming rear view mirrorAutomatic front rain sensing wipers
Automatic headlight levellingAutomatic headlights
Bi-Xenon headlamps/Active light system and cornering light functionBody colour bumpers
Body colour door handlesBody colour electric heated/adjust/fold mirrors
Body colour side mouldingsElectric front/rear windows/one touch operation
Front fog lightsHeadlights wash
Heat reflecting windowsHeated rear window
Privacy glass (rear side windows and rear screen)Rear wiper

Interior Features

2 cupholders3 height adjustable rear headrests
60/40 split folding rear seatAdjustable front and rear headrests
Alloy Foot PedalsCigarette lighter
Driver seat height/tilt/lumbar adjustDriver/passenger sunvisors with ticket holders + illuminated vanity mirrors
Dual zone climate controlFront armrest with storage bin
Front door pocketsHeated front seats
Illuminated ashtrayIlluminated entry system
Illuminated glovebox with lockInterior dome light with integral spotlight
Intrusion minimizing safety brake pedalsIsofix rear child seat fastenings
Leather covered sliding centre armrestLeather steering wheel and gearshift
Night panel functionPassenger grab handles
Passenger seat back pocketReach adjustable steering wheel
Rear centre armrestRear grab handles with coathooks
Sports bucket type seatsWelcome mode lighting


Sports appearance pack - Mazda 6 Hatchback 


3 point ELR front seat belts3 rear 3 point seatbelts with ELR
ABS + EBD + EBAActive front headrests
Driver and passenger airbagsDrivers seatbelt reminder
DSTC-Dynamic Stability and Traction ControlFront and rear curtain airbags
Front side airbagsHeight adjustable front seatbelts with pre-tensioners and load limiters
Supplementary restraint system - central control unit and crush sensorsTyre pressure monitoring system


Keyless entryRemote central locking + deadlocks
Thatcham category 1 alarm+immobiliser 


Blackout finish dials with amber-red/blue illumination 


18" alloysTyre repair kit
The vehicle information above was correct at time of manufacture. Please speak to the dealership for full current specification.

Technical specification


CO0.324CO2 (g/km)176
Noise Level dB(A)69.1NOx0.004
Standard Euro EmissionsEURO 5 

Engine and Drive Train

CamshaftDOHCCatalytic ConvertorTrue
CC1999Compression Ratio11.2:1
Cylinder LayoutIN-LINECylinders4
Cylinders - Bore (mm)87.5Cylinders - Stroke (mm)83.1
Gears5 SPEEDNumber of Valves16

Fuel Consumption

EC Combined (mpg)37.2EC Directive 1999/100/EC AppliesTrue
EC Extra Urban (mpg)48.7EC Urban (mpg)26.4


Badge Engine CC2.0Badge Power155
Coin SeriesSportInsurance Group 1 - 50 Effective January 0722E
Manufacturers Corrosion Perforation Guarantee - Years12Manufacturers Paintwork Guarantee - Years3
NCAP Adult Occupant Protection %77NCAP Child Occupant Protection %81
NCAP Overall Rating - Effective February 095NCAP Pedestrian Protection %49
NCAP Safety Assist %71Service Interval Frequency - Months12
Service Interval Mileage12500Standard manufacturers warranty - Mileage60000
Standard manufacturers warranty - Years3Vehicle Homologation ClassM1


0 to 62 mph (secs)11.2Engine Power - BHP155
Engine Power - KW114Engine Power - PSTrue
Engine Power - RPM6200Engine Torque - LBS.FT142
Engine Torque - MKG20Engine Torque - NM193
Engine Torque - RPM4500Top Speed128


Alloys?TrueTyre Size Front225/45 R18
Tyre Size Rear225/45 R18Tyre Size SpareTYRE REPAIR KIT
Wheel Type18" ALLOY 

Vehicle Dimensions


Weight and Capacities

Fuel Tank Capacity (Litres)64Gross Vehicle Weight1980
Luggage Capacity (Seats Down)1702Luggage Capacity (Seats Up)510
Max. Loading Weight515Max. Roof Load100
Max. Towing Weight - Braked1500Max. Towing Weight - Unbraked550
Minimum Kerbweight1465No. of Seats5
Turning Circle - Kerb to Kerb11.8
The vehicle information above was correct at time of manufacture. Please speak to the dealership for full current specification.

Independent review

Review courtesy of Car and Driving

Mazda 6

By Andy Enright


The Mazda6 is a tough car to get a handle on. Why? Because it seems to change its look, its feel and its personality quite markedly from one generation to the next. There's no common theme running through the car's development cycle, with each successive model seemingly conceived by a completely different set of engineers and designers to those that worked on the previous car. As is the case for any such vehicle like this - and Mazda isn't alone in this characteristic - there are good and not so good Mazda6 vintages. The improved MK2 model introduced in 2010 and continuing on sale until the end of 2012 was one of the better iterations. Here's what to look for if you're interested in grabbing a used bargain.


The Mazda6 hasn't had the easiest ride. The first generation car drove brilliantly but felt a bit lightweight and the diesel engines were plagued with reliability issues. The second generation model was an improvement in virtually every regard but seemed to lack its predecessor's personality and fun factor. Mazda had a good look at the second generation model in 2009 and realised that some remedial action was required. The 2010 model year car was the result of this review and it was so much more than a lights, grille and bumpers rehash. The upgraded Mazda6 was given a make-over that featured more aggressive frontal styling, while the engines, suspension and steering were all fine-tuned to improve the quality and refinement of the driving experience. The 6 remained among the best-in-class for CO2 emissions and equipment levels were subtly tweaked as well. A Takuya special edition model was introduced in summer 2010 and got 18-inch alloy wheels, a sports grille and dusk-sensing headlights on the exterior, while the interior benefitted from an alloy pedal set, half-leather heated seats, auto-dimming rear view mirror, dual-zone automatic climate control air conditioning, leather steering wheel and shift knob and a choice of paint colours. This sold well and the Takuya model was reintroduced in 2011. This generation car made way for an all-new Mazda6 at the end of 2012, so used bargains should be easy to find.

What You Get

Without doing anything too dramatic or innovative to challenge the styling conventions of the medium range market, the Mazda6 is certainly a good-looking car. This improved MK2 version can be identified by even shapelier headlamps, trendy daytime running lights and a more sculpted bumper beneath featuring a trio of large intakes - the outer ones housing the fog lamps within their chromed boarders. The light clusters were also tweaked at the rear and the overall effect is one of simple, modern, uncluttered but clearly Oriental design. Just as a Mazda should be. At the wheel, despite efforts with soft-touch dash-covering, chrome-trimmed instrument dials and various flashes of shiny piano black trim, there isn't an overly premium feel to entry-level 6 models but you do get it further up the range. You might well be able to do without the music notes and the 'hello' message on the digital display that greet you when you get in but otherwise, the driving position is hard to fault, with useful steering wheel-mounted controls for easier access to all the main functions. Back seat room was usefully improved when the original version of this second generation model was introduced, its wider body allowing for greater shoulder room to complement useful knee room improvements. It's still not quite as big as a Mondeo in the back, but then few cars in this class are. Really tall rear seat passengers might feel headroom to be slightly compromised by the sloping roofline, so if that's an issue, buy the estate version. Should you do so, you'll find that the seats-occupied boot capacity rises but not substantially - from 510 to 519-litres. Extension of this space in either bodystyle (to either 1702 or 1751-litres respectively) comes courtesy of Mazda's neat 'karakuri' folding system in which the seat base automatically drops as you fold the seatback forward, though not by quite enough to facilitate a completely flat loading bay.

What to Look For

Mazda has a strong reputation for reliability and the Mazda6 should prove a durable companion. Some of the minor interior plastics aren't of the highest quality, so check for wear and tear in out of sight areas. The 2.0-litre diesel engines used to have issues with their DPF diesel particulate filter (especially if they were predominantly driven at low speeds in urban areas) but a redesign of this part cleared up that problem with this car. Make sure the diesels start relatively crisply and don't suffer from lazy glow plugs.

Replacement Parts

(approx. based on Mazda6 2.5). Parts prices aren't the cheapest, but they slot between what you'd expect to pay for a Ford or Vauxhall and what you'd spend if you opted for a BMW or Audi. A clutch assembly will cost around £172, while a new radiator is a reasonable £140. An alternator weighs in at around £250, while a starter motor retails for about £220.

On the Road

It's a testimony to the go-ahead spirit pervading Mazda that though, with their brand then part of the Ford family, the engineers had class-leading Mondeo underpinnings on hand for this car, they chose not to use them. You don't, after all, beat a competitor by merely copying it but by improving upon what's already out there. Whether this was achieved in this case may come down to personal taste - the differences aren't great - but many will feel that this car shades its outstanding Ford rival. Being lighter and smaller helps for a start and revisions to the suspension improved the ride while keeping body roll well in check. In other words the 'zoom-zoom' advertising catchline isn't just a slogan: this genuinely is a family car you can really look forward to driving, agile and grippy with a sharp electric steering set-up from Mazda's RX-8 sports car and a precise five or six-speed manual gearbox, plus large brakes. All of the engines, bar perhaps the entry-level 120PS petrol 1.8, have enough about them for you to put all this to the test when the family's been dropped off and there's no one but you on your favourite back road home. Mazda developed a direct injection 155PS 2.0-litre DISI petrol unit for this car to slot in below the minority interest 170PS 2.5-litre petrol variant but most buyers will want one of the 2.2-litre diesels with their prodigious pulling power, even in entry-level 129PS guise. The top 180PS model has a smaller turbo than it boasted in its original MK2 model form, the idea being to achieve greater efficiency. Mind you, it's still impressively torquey, though not noticeably more than the 163PS version that most buyers choose, capable of 0-60mph in 9.2s on the way to a maximum of 132mph.


It's usually good form to wait, if you can, for the facelifted version of a car to be launched before buying. All of the small niggles and problems of the launch model tend to go on a to-do list and are ruthlessly ironed out in the facelift car. Of course, it helps if the styling isn't ruined by heavy-handed designers, but fortunately the facelifted version of the MK2 Mazda6 escaped that particular affliction. The changes turned what was already a good car into a more expressive, confident and talented contender. Not enough to significantly boost sales though, new car buyers in the 2010 to 2012 period perhaps finding it difficult to forget the rather anonymous original MK2 model that the car we've been looking at here is based upon. Still, that's good news for the clued-in used buyer, who can benefit from the general public's lazy apathy. There are used bargains in this range from top to bottom. Get 'em while the getting's good.


This vehicle has previously been registered to a business or a vehicle rental company, or been used by a business, so it may have been driven by more than one driver.

** MPG figures are obtained in laboratory testing and intended for comparisons between vehicles. Please be aware they're not intended to represent real world efficiency.

Aberdeen Craigshaw Road Complex

Craigshaw Road, West Tullos Industrial Estate, Aberdeen, AB12 3AR

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