Mazda Launch Fleet Line
The Mazda 6 is the best selling car in the UK fleet sector, so Mazda is now broadening its appeal with the launch of there new ‘Business Line’ model, giving company car drivers a highly specified vehicle at a competitive price.
This new derivative will be available to order from the 1st June 2011. First deliveries of the car will be begin in the late summer and Mazda anticipate they will sell around 500 ‘Business Line’ models by the end of the year. The ‘Business Line’ model will be priced at £18,300 for a 2.2 litre diesel engine producing 129ps, CO2 emissions are 138g/km which will sit the car in the 20 per cent benefit-in-kind tax bracket for 2011/12.
Mazda Fleet and Re-marketing Director Steve Jelliss said “With this well equipped, fleet focused Mazda 6 model, we are anticipating significant incremental sales, This is the first time Mazda has introduced a model specifically intended to appeal to company car drivers through a combination of both features and attractive benefit-in-kind rates”. Features on the ‘Business Line’ model include Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) and Traction Control System (TCS) with Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD) and Emergency Brake Assist as well as front, side and curtin airbags, cruise control and dual zone climate control air conditioning.
It also shares all the same equipment as the standard models, plus a Sanyo TomTom, Satellite navigation system, Bluetooth and 17 inch Alloy wheels. The Choice of colours are Black Mica, Sunlight Silver Metallic and Stormy Blue Mica.