Mazda is introducing the equivalent of ‘Pay no VAT’ on most of its models, which means you can buy a Mazda2 from £8,672 (on-the-road).
They currently also are running a 0% APR finance deal which can run over four years with 30% or 50% deposit required.
The ‘Pay no VAT’ campaign was launched for diesel Mazda6 models only in November 2011, and has now been extended to include the Mazda2, Mazda3, Mazda5 and Mazda MX-5 models registered from now until 29 February 2012, while stocks last. All Mazda6 petrol models will also now be available with no VAT, 0% APR until 31 March 2012, whilst stocks last.
This latest ‘Pay no VAT’ offer is available only on selected Mazda models while stocks last and must end on 29 February 2012 (31 March 2012 for selected Mazda6 models). As well as offering 0% APR finance on Conditional Sale (with 30% or 50% deposit) over 48 months, Mazda is also offering low-cost, 6.9% APR finance on Personal Contract Purchase (no minimum deposit) up to 36 months for all models.
For further information contact your local Mazda Dealer.
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