The all-new Mazda6 145ps model with its low-emission 2-litre engine is expected to spark a wave of interest amongst business consumers looking to lease the car as part of its fleet operations.
Commercial clients that are looking to invest in a business lease package will be getting one of the most affordable plans available thanks to Mazda’s incredible new SKYACTIV technology.
The new Mazda6 delivers a 17 per cent reduction in CO2 emissions, a 21 per cent increase in power, a 22 per cent increase in its MPG ratings and a 27 per cent increase in torque.
Low-mileage companies that are especially cost-conscious can make phenomenal savings with the new Mazda6. Available from January 2013, the car will be available in SE, SE Nav, SE-L and SE-L Nav trims, giving leasing consumers a huge amount of mobile options to invest in.
More importantly for businesses to consider, the Mazda6 will have the lowest monthly benefit-in-kind tax figure of any of the 36 new Mazda6 models, returning fantastic business savings for fleets and individual leases.
Mazda’s SKYACTIV technology has helped to reduce the weight of the Mazda6, improve its aerodynamics, enhance its transmission and more to produce a strong model that brands from all backgrounds can take advantage of.
Reach for the SKYACTIV
Mazda Head of Fleet Steve Tomlinson recently pointed out how diesel models make up 90 per cent of upper medium sector commercial car sales due to high annual mileage. He then underlined how effective the new Mazda6 would be in keeping commercial costs down for fleet owners.
Mazda has long emphasised how the car’s class-leading emissions and excellent fuel economy can save commercial owners money. That also leads to lower fuel bills, maintenance costs and low BIK rates.
The car will be available with saloon and tourer body styles, and will rival models such as the Ford Mondeo and Volkswagen Passat to win business leasing customers’ affections. Mazda, however, is confident that its SKYACTIV technology is enough to win over drivers.
Mazda’s SKYACTIV technology is a revolutionary philosophy to help deliver outstanding Eco-friendly and safety performance to customers. SKYACTIV is an overall blanket term to describe the manufacturer’s next-gen technologies, and its long-term development vision.
Mazda’s SKYACTIV technology includes engines, transmissions, platforms and more. The company has a building-block strategy in place to be completed by 2015, where Mazda hopes to have made a 30 per cent improvement on the 2008 average fuel economy of its vehicles.