1st February 2021
6 benefits of leasing a car through a business
If we had to describe Mazda using one word, it would be bold. As a brand, they’re renowned for pushing boundaries, producing the iconic rotary engine, world’s best selling sports car and an innovative, efficient petrol engine.
Celebrating their centenary last year, the Japanese based manufacturer has a long standing reputation for producing fun yet reliable cars that look like nothing else on the market!
Keep scrolling to view our latest Mazda lease deals and learn more about what lease contracts we have to offer.
Leasing a Mazda doesn’t have to come with loads of upfront payments, as we allow you to avoid paying a deposit altogether. Use your money where you need it, and prevent any fees for 30 days. Relax and save for your first payment without having to worry about an initial cost.
Mazda isn’t only available to people with good credit; we offer bad credit deals for people who’ve suffered financial hardship. That can include anything from defaults, bad credit, IVAs and CCJs. And while we can’t guarantee acceptance, we work with specialist lenders that do their best to get you behind the wheel.
If you spot something you love on our website, don’t delay and drive away on the same day. Our in stock vehicles are available right away; here’s how to get one:
If you’d prefer us to deliver your car, we can arrange to send it to any location in the UK for a small extra cost.
Where is Mazda made?
Mazda cars are primarily manufactured in Japanese factories, where the company originated in the 1920’s. They only have a handful of manufacturing facilities abroad.
Are Mazda’s good cars?
Anyone who’s ever owned a Mazda will boast about how reliable, affordable and fun they are to drive. They score points in vehicle safety, fuel efficiency and durability making them a great car to have.
The great thing about leasing a Mazda is that you can always swap it after your lease is up without losing any money (although we have a feeling you won’t want to)!
Is Mazda expensive?
Mazdas can be pretty expensive to buy, which is why we’d always recommend leasing a Mazda. Leasing a car is always cheaper than buying one as you’re not paying for the depreciation of the car – plus you can get zero deposit deals which allow you to drive the car of your dreams with no savings.
While they can also be pricey to maintain you’ll get the car in its early years, where faults are much less common.