The Sysmex CN-6000 is a novel automated multiparameter coagulometer that performs clotting, chromogenic and immunological assays, and platelet aggregation tests in a single system. Here we evaluated its performance of routine coagulation assays. The precision, linearity, carryover and establishment of reference ranges of the CN-6000, as well as correlations between it and the currently used Diagnostica Stago STA-R Max were determined according to Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute guidelines. The evaluated parameters included prothrombin time (PT), activated partial thromboplastin time (APTT), fibrinogen (FBG), antithrombin (AT), d-dimers (DDi), and fibrin and FBG degradation products (FDP). The intra-run and inter-run precisions of the six tests were determined using normal and pathological control materials; all coefficients of variation were acceptable and within the allowable ranges. The CN-6000 showed excellent linearity for FBG, AT, DDi, and FDP (R = 0.999–1.00). Passing-Bablok regression (R2 > 0.95) demonstrated good agreement between the analyzers. In the carryover study, APTT, PT, FBG, AT, DDi, and FDP values were all acceptable. The establishing reference intervals revealed that each manufacturer's range was acceptable. Significant differences were observed in the APTT reference range because of using different detection systems and reagents. The CN-6000 analyzer showed reliable performance and good correlation with the currently used STA-R Max automated hemostatic analyzer. As CN-6000 uses an optical clot-detection method, its reference ranges for PT and APTT are lower than those of the STA-R Max; thus, the difference should be considered before its use.