Why Lease A Mazda?
Mazdas have long competed with cars from Japanese rivals Toyota, Honda, and Subaru, but the increasingly stylish and capable nature of its models has led to a range of interesting alternatives to cars from manufacturers such as Volkswagen, SEAT, BMW, and Audi.
From small cars to SUVs, discover the range of available Mazda cars to lease at Vanarama today.
Which Mazda Cars Can I Lease?
The Mazda range isn’t vast, but it is varied. It includes saloons, an estate, a sports car, hatchbacks, and a host of SUVs, meaning drivers have a decent selection of options to lease from what is one of the smaller car brands in the UK.
For something a little sportier, the Mazda MX-5 is a compact two-seat sports car, offered as a soft-top convertible or a retractable fastback. Even though it’s a sports car, its inexpensive running costs and compact footprint could make it a viable everyday car.
Mazda has a lot of cars that could easily fulfil the demands of a family lease car. There’s the Mazda3, offered in hatchback or saloon body styles. The Mazda3 Hatchback competes with cars such as the Volkswagen Golf, while the sleek-looking 4-door Mazda3 Saloon is often seen as an alternative to more expensive cars such as the Audi A3 Saloon.
If you want something a bit more luxurious and spacious, take a look at the Mazda6 instead. it offers lots to make it worth considering, including a smart exterior and cabin, lots of equipment, and engaging handling. The Mazda6 rivals cars such as the Ford Mondeo, Volkswagen Passat, BMW 3 Series and Skoda Superb, and
The Mazda CX-30 is described by Mazda as a compact crossover SUV, and it’s the least expensive car of its type in the company’s range. It’s an economical choice, as even the less advanced 122hp 2.0-litre e-Skyactiv G petrol model can deliver up to 47.9mpg on the combined WLTP test cycle.
If you need more space from your SUV, there’s the bigger Mazda CX-5 – it’s wider, longer, and roomier than the CX30, and packs up to 506 litres of boot space. It has the option of 2.2-litre diesel engines and all-wheel drive, making it a good option if you want to lease an economical SUV.
The final entry in the Mazda crossover and SUV range is the all-electric MX-30, which is a five-seat SUV. Fully charged, it’s capable of travelling up to 124 miles on the combined WLTP test cycle.
Hybrid And Electric Mazda Leasing Options
Looking to lease a Mazda with hybrid or electric power? Mazda has one pure electric model in its range, the MX-30. It is a 5-door, 5-seat family SUV that rivals electric competitors such as the Kia E-Niro and Vauxhall Mokka-E. Power for the MX-30 comes from a 35.5kWh battery, which offers a WLTP combined range of 124 miles, or a claimed city range of up to 165 miles.
If you’re considering cars with hybrid technology, have a look at the Mazda3, Mazda CX-30 and Mazda2. These are available with the company’s M Hybrid system, which captures energy that would otherwise be wasted during braking, and uses it to assist the engine and power the car’s electric system – all of which helps save fuel and cut emissions.
Why Lease With Vanarama?
There are many benefits of leasing a Mazda with Vanarama. Firstly, you can take advantage of our great lease deals and low prices, which make driving a brand-new vehicle more affordable.
The whole process is simple and stress-free; we’ll deliver your new car directly to your door and your first-year road tax is free. At the end of your contract, simply return the car to us and start looking for your next lease.
We’re on hand to help too, so if you do need any advice, get in touch with our friendly customer service team.