Neva kno that still. Figured since it and the mazdaspeed 3 had the same powerplant, it woulda be FF just the same.
U made a mistake, actually they have 4wd. They are just not so common as the subaru and also u know person have the fear of mazda and their parts and claiming to say they are problem cars.
mmmmmmmmmm.........so whats the deal with these........why do people gravitate more towards the subaru's over this........
I'm guessing the 4WD and that dealers bring them in, so they are more readily available
Respec for the info.
No problem, we all on this to learn and share info. Anyways some more info on the MPS
The 2006 Mazdaspeed Atenza (known as Mazdaspeed6 in North America and Mazda 6 MPS in Europe and Australia) is a high-performance version of the Mazda 6. It features a turbocharged version of the 2.3 L MZR I4 which produces 272 PS (200 kW) (European version is detuned to 260 PS (191 kW); the North American version, at 274 hp (204 kW), revised to 270 hp (200 kW) for 2007). All models have 280 lb·ft (380 N·m) of torque. This 2.3 L DISI turbocharged engine features direct fuel injection and conforms to the new Euro 5 emissions standards. It has a revised front fascia with a raised hood, a 6-speed transmission, and four-wheel drive. The all wheel drive system uses Mazda's Active Torque Split computer-based control which routes up to 50% of the power to the rear wheels depending on driving conditions. The Mazdaspeed Atenza competed with the Subaru Legacy GT and less directly with the compact Subaru Impreza WRX STi and Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution.