Mazda has made its Mazda2 more affordable.
For the months of February and March, the Mazda2 is available from €13,495. The carmaker boasts that it represents the best value for money in the segment in terms of low retail price and generous levels of standard equipment.
In Ireland, the best-selling Mazda2 Sensu model now costs €14,995. Standard equipment includes 15” alloy wheels, air conditioning, leather steering wheel and gear knob, and side and curtain airbags.
Mazda is also offering low rate finance of just 5.9 per cent with a low deposit of only 20 per cent up to a period of four years through Mazda Finance.
As a bonus, Mazda is running a promotion from which one lucky customer who purchases a new Mazda during February and March will win the retail price of their car back in cash.
From its launch, the Mazda2 has been ground breaking. It set the bench mark for lightweight construction, helping the Mazda2 to scoop the 2008 World Car of the Year award.
Thanks to the weight saving, the 1.3-litre petrol engine produces C02 emissions of 119g (Road Tax Band A ) coupled with good fuel economy figures of 55mpg. However, Mazda is keen to point out that lightweight does not mean any compromise in safety, as the Mazda2 comes with a full five-star Euro NCAP crash test rating.