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News & Rumors


Mexico City, Mexico (Abbreviation: SFM)
Formerly: Reino Aventura
Six Flags Theme Parks













2018 - Wonder Woman Coaster - (3/12/18) A local area reader has sent in the latest construction pictures of the new Wonder Woman coaster going into Six Flags Mexico, where the last piece of track was just installed along with the flags of the USA and MEXICO side by side to commemorate the event.
    (11/21/17) According to a local area reader, the parts for the new Wonder Woman Coaster are now on-site at Six Flags Mexico, laid out in a lot near the park's Superman coaster. They shared four pictures for Screamscape to share with everyone.
    (9/5/17) A video preview of the new Wonder Woman Coaster coming to Six Flags Mexico in 2018 has been added below.

    (8/31/17) Six Flags Mexico will be adding a new coaster for 2018, Wonder Woman Coaster, another S&S 4D Free-Fly spining/flipping crazy coaster creation just like The Joker coaster added to Six Flags over Texas in 2017. More details to come, but you can see a video of The Joker here.
    (7/13/17) Rumor has it that Six Flags may be installing two more S&S 4D FreeFly coasters to their parks in 2018 just like The Joker which opened this season at Six Flags over Texas, New England and Great America. While I haven't seen any rumors about their possibly location yet, there are three parks that stand out to me as being the most likely choices right now for 2018: Six Flags Mexico, Six Flags St. Louis and Six Flags America. Just something to ponder


2019 - Bugs Bunny Boomtown and DC SuperFriends - (8/30/18) Six Flags Mexico will add two new kiddie areas in 2019, Bugs Bunny Boomtown and DC SuperFriends.


icon_STOP2019 - King Cobra at Hurricane Harbor - (3/1/19) I’m told that the former King Cobra slide from Six Flags Hurricane Harbor in New Jersey has already arrived and been rebuilt at Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Oaxtepec in Mexico and is now open to guests.
    (8/30/18) Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Oaxtepec is adding King Cobra, a new snake themed waterslide experience that features two side-by-side slides that race side-by-side and end with a big drop down and up the other side straight towards a giant snake head.



Track Record


Newest Attractions:
2016 - Justice League

2015 - SkyScreamer & Ghostbuters

2014 - Medusa Steel Coaster and Sling Shot

2013 - The Joker


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