Mazda to offer new MX-5 with 0% finance deal
The new roadster is offered with competitive finance packages; will be previewed at dealerships in July
Mazda will be offering 0% APR finance on its new MX-5 sports car in a series of promotions and launch events.
Finance buyers will be able to choose from any of the car’s trim levels and engines, which range from the 1.5-litre SE to the 2.0-litre Sport Nav.
The new MX-5 will be previewed at many UK Mazda dealers throughout July, giving potential buyers the opportunity to see the new roadster first-hand. The car makes its official debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed event, which runs from July 25 to 28.
The 0% APR finance deal is available when taking out a Conditional Sale finance package. This lets you choose from 12, 24 or 36 monthly payments after an initial 50% deposit.
There’s also the Personal Contract Purchase option, which has no deposit but APR of 5.9%. Mazda says that the range of finance packages available “offers customers complete flexibility”.
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Peter Allibon, Mazda UK’s sales director, added: “We’re already seeing a high number of pre-orders and we’re delighted to offer customers some excellent finance offers across the all-new Mazda MX-5 range.”
The Mazda MX-5 is arguably one of 2015’s most anticipated new cars. The new model is the lightest since the original Mk1 version. It’s also shorter, wider and rides closer to the ground than its predecessor.
All models have alloy wheels, LED headlights and a leather steering wheel. Higher trim levels add equipment like climate control, DAB digital radio and Mazda’s MZD-Connect touchscreen infotainment system, which can link with your smartphone.
The new roadster will go on sale on August 29.
The introductory MX-5 finance deals are available from 1 July until the end of September this year. For more information, visit Mazda’s website.
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