Mazda is aiming for 25% growth in fleet sales in 2015/16.
Bold styles, quality interior and comprehensive equipment levels could mean this is a winner for fleets
Customer and dealer feedback prompts Mazda to improve interior quality
The Mazda range, in case you hadn’t noticed, is undergoing a transformation thanks to advanced lightweight technology.
A surge in fleet sales looks set to help Mazda drive back to pre-recession levels of business over the next 12 months.
Major interior updates but minimal exterior revisions for key fleet model
Mazda’s retail network will complete its corporate identity programme this year as the manufacturer looks to improve the quality of the customer experience.
2015 will be a year of “transformation” for the Mazda brand as it introduces a raft of new models and moves into new market segments.
Mazda's CX-3 crossover model range is to start from £17,595.
Refined upgrade with low CO2, more efficient engine and plenty of new technology
Mazda’s first small SUV – the CX-3 – will make its European debut at the Geneva motor show in March – its fifth model launch in six months.
Mazda has expanded the range of vehicles available through Motability, with the full model line-up and most derivatives now on offer.
A revised Mazda CX-5 featuring upgraded interior and equipment levels goes on sale in spring.
The new Mazda2 will be priced from £11,995 when it goes on sale in the UK early next year.
Mazda has upgraded specifications across the Mazda6 range, now including DAB radio as standard.
Mazda has unveiled its new CX-3 crossover model.
Mazda will unveil its new compact crossover SUV the Mazda CX-3 at the Los Angeles Auto Show next month.
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