The release of the Mazda Capella sixth generation sedan in world markets started back in 1991. At the same time, the sedan was originally produced under the name Mazda Cronos. But the lack of demand forced the company to return to its previous name, and since 1994, Mazda Capella CG started selling on the domestic Japanese market. Created a car on the GE platform. Production of this generation of the Japanese Capella was discontinued in 1997, replacing it with the seventh, last generation in the history of the Mazda Capella. Compared to the fifth generation, the car has changed a lot. The changes affected the size, appearance and line of installed motors. The front of the Mazda Capella sedan has been completely redesigned. The car received a new grille, the finish of which was made in black. Such a grille, after a small modification, formed the basis of the Atenza model, which replaced the Capella in the Mazda passenger car range. Received a new design, becoming more compact, headlights. The fog lights got a rectangular shape and were made in the same color scheme with head lighting. The bumper of the sedan has also been updated. The spoiler disappeared behind, and the headlights received a three-color range. The body shape has become more smoothed, the previous angularity has disappeared. The color scheme of the body has become plain.
The dimensions of the car have grown significantly compared to the previous generation. The length of the Mazda Capella sedan increased to 4595 mm, and the width to 1695 mm. The height remained unchanged - 1395 mm. Ground clearance is 150 mm.
Changes affected and installed on the machine engines. Compared to the fifth generation, 1.6-liter gasoline engines (73 hp) are no longer installed on the sedan. Instead, they installed exclusively 1.8-liter (115-liter) petrol engines on the Mazda Capella sedan. sec.) and 2.0 liters (125 hp) with a distributed type of fuel intake. Modifications with low-power engines were exclusively front-wheel drive, and some cars with two-liter engines were produced with all-wheel drive. Fuel consumption when driving at a speed of 60 km / h is from 4.3 to 5.7 liters per 100 kilometers. In the combined cycle, gasoline consumption ranges from 7.2 liters (for a 1.8 liter engine with manual transmission) to 9.4 liters (for a 2.0 liter engine with four-wheel drive and automatic gearbox). Four-speed automatic gearbox and five-speed mechanics were installed on cars. The undercarriage includes disc brakes (ventilated mounted in front) and suspension struts (MacPherson strut in front).
The basic set of Mazda Capella sedan options includes power steering, power side mirrors, power windows, steering column height adjustment, music player and radio. The car provides mounting for child seats.
As options are offered trim "wood" and climate control. To protect passengers, stiffening amplifiers are installed in the doors. Additionally, the Mazda Capella sedan has airbags for the driver and front passenger. To protect the rear passengers, the protective technology of the seat belt pretensioners is used to hold passengers in place in a collision. Seat belts are fixed at three points, providing maximum passenger protection.