Mazda Leasing and Sales

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As a brand, Mazda has been working hard to capture European and UK market share and sales figures show the efforts are working. Reviewers have been praising the manufacturer’s SkyActiv technology, which emphasises safety and fuel economy and the Soul of Motion design, which attracts many buyers to the brand. They’ve also won kudos for their upbeat and aerodynamic good looks.

If you want to grab the gearstick of a Mazda 2, our experienced team can help you get the best leasing deals for this sporty fuel-saver. For business owners, a small Mazda 2 offers low operating costs. The Mazda 6 saloons are not the obvious business choice, but they are a smart one. These award winning vehicles offer a luxurious, spacious cabin at an economical cost.

The Mazda 6 Tourer, on the other hand, is a family favourite that offers more space for your growing brood, however if you need a real people mover instead, the Mazda 5 with its start/stop fuel saving technology may fit the bill, offering practical features such as sliding doors.  The CX-5s don’t disappoint either, with remarkable fold-flat seats that nearly double the flat cargo hold.

We know that you’re busy with the pressures of work and children, so we jump through hoops to find your family the best available leasing deals and leave you to enjoy your family time.

Our efforts here are not hampered by loyalty to a certain manufacturer or dealership. Our independence allows us to focus our attention on your particular needs, whether you’re looking to lease a practical family vehicle or an MX-5 – the world’s best-selling two-seater.

Get in touch today on 01903 538835 or email us here at your convenience to find out the best lease deals and finance options today.

MAZDA Articles

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Mazda 3 Hatchback vs Ford Focus vs Subaru Impreza: Review & Comparisons

22nd August 2017

The new Mazda 3 Hatchback is probably the brand’s suavest-looking car yet. It’s handsome, great fun to drive, and affordable to run. It’s perfect for stylish families who want to keep costs down. A prominent front grille and slender headlights add a touch of sharpness to the way it looks, while the direct steering give…

Presented by Will Titterington

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Mazda CX-3 Hatchback vs Suzuki Vitara vs Kia Sportage: Review & Comparisons

17th August 2017

The new Mazda CX3 Hatchback is a stylish alternative in the already impressive Crossover market. It’s got an upmarket interior, sharp looks, and it’s good fun to drive. It’s like a conventional Hatchback but super-sized, and offers plenty of room for growing families. Compared to rivals, the CX3 is a bit on the expensive side.…

Presented by Will Titterington

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Mazda CX5 Estate vs Peugeot 3008 vs SEAT ATECA: Review & Comparisons

15th August 2017

Estate cars have never looked better, and the new Mazda CX5 Estate is a case in point. Striking in its design, it makes for an excellent transition for growing families who need something bigger than a Hatchback. And just in case you were worried all Estate cars were boring, Mazda’s all-action DNA is present. If…

Presented by Will Titterington

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A Brief History of Mazda

4th May 2017

In 2015, Mazda produced 1.5 million vehicles for global sales. It was also the fifteenth biggest automaker by production worldwide. But it hasn’t been plain sailing for Mazda. The car manufacturer has had some bumps along the way. In this article, we look at the history of the Japanese automaker, and how they became the…

Presented by Holly Martin

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A Brief History Of Mazda: From Toyo Kogyo To Hydrogen Fuel Cells

7th December 2016

The Mazda Motor Corporation, named after Ahura Mazda, the chief deity of the ancient Iranian Zoroastrian religion, is the 18th largest automaker in the world and is Japan’s fifth largest producer of passenger cars. The marque is known for its sports cars and sporty passenger vehicles. We take a look at the interesting history of…

Presented by Holly Martin

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