The Mazda6 Business Line has just become a better deal

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Business Line version is now available on cut-price contract hire programme and delivery is inside two weeks. (Source: Business Car Manager)

Mazda6: Business Line version is now available on cut-price contract hire programme and delivery is inside two weeks

Mazda6 Business Line is now an even better deal

Mazda has introduced a cut-price contract hire rate of £229.99 a month. Vehicles are available for delivery within 14 days compared to some motor manufacturers where delivery cannot be guaranteed for three months or more.

The 2.2-litre MZR-CD 129ps diesel five-door hatchback has emissions of 133g/km, combined cycle fuel economy of 55.4mpg and carries an on-the-road price tag of £18,305.

A combination of competitive on-the-road pricing coupled with 'low' emissions for an upper medium sector model means that company car drivers will pay benefit-in-kind tax of £60.43 (20% taxpayer) monthly and £120.87 (40% taxpayer).

The 'Business Line' model, which was launched last year, is specifically targeted at fleets and small businesses and is available in one highly specified model with Sanyo TomTom satellite navigation, Bluetooth® technology and 17-inch alloy wheels. In addition, this model includes Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) and Traction Control System (TCS) with Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD) and Emergency Brake Assist (EBA) as well as front, side and curtain airbags, cruise control and dual-zone climate control air-conditioning, features all expected by todays company car driver.

The lease deal is based on 36 months non-maintained agreement with metallic paint (Black Mica, Sunlight Silver Metallic and Stormy Blue Mica) and with a mileage of 10,000 miles per annum. First payment in advance is equal to three monthly rentals (£690 + VAT), followed by 35 monthly rentals (£229.99+ VAT).

This offer is currently available until September 30, 2012 through Mazda Contract Hire and the Mazda franchise network.

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