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Many Mazda 6 owners and automobile enthusiasts in general are always seeking ways to set their daily drivers apart from the rest of the herd. One way you can do this is by installing exterior aftermarket modifications, such as a spoiler. But Mazda 6 already has sleek and high-ended look, so you might ask yourself why you should include a spoiler to your modern vehicle? Because it serves two purposes: to get rid of aero drag and to improve the appearance of the automobile. We have 2 exclusive options from Pure and JKS, which you might find interesting.

Pure® - Factory Style Rear Lip Spoiler will be good solution for you, if you are looking for a more subtle and at the same time appealing upgrade. It has the style and performance appeal of the factory unit, made from Fiberglass, installs easily with screws and gaskets.
http://www.carid.com/2014-mazda-6-spoiler/pure-rear-lip-spoiler-9928225.html



JKS® - Factory Style Rear Lip Spoiler will perfectly complement your car's fine lines, and its distinctive shape will set your car apart from lesser models. It delivers a sporty image that is easy to be recognized. Made from automotive-grade ABS plastic, installs easily with screws and gaskets.
http://www.carid.com/2014-mazda-6-spoiler/jks-rear-lip-spoiler-10305804.html



To learn more about those brands click here:

Pure http://www.carid.com/pure/
JKS http://www.carid.com/jks/

Check prices for your model and see other details here: 2014 Mazda 6 Spoilers at CARiD.com

Both spoilers are available in Unpainted and Painted versions (you can check the paint code by VIN# or with paint code labels, located at the driver side door jamb).
 

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Advertise Mazda 6 parts at Mazda 3 forum.

Seams legit.
 

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Well, everything seems to be clean here - forum is called Mazda6drivers, so the thread is about Mazda 6 parts.
I think I see. All of Autoguide's sponsor forums must be cross linked, so we're seeing this in Mazda3forums as well. Bet that'll have the guys in the other forums scratching their heads...
 
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