Fancy a new Mazda with a 211 number plate, and that with a decent discount? Well, good news - Mazda Ireland has announced decent discounts on new Mazdas with a 211 number plate...
€2,000 off a new electric MX-30
Those offers kick off with the new MX-30 electric crossover, which has only just launched into the Irish market. It'll be available with €2,000 knocked off the price, and a 4.9 per cent APR finance package on either PCP or Hire Purchase.
That same offer is also available on the Mazda3 hatchback and saloon range - and that's one of our very favourite cars. The little Mazda2, which has just been updated to include some mild-hybrid powertrains, is also available with that 4.9 per cent finance offer and comes with a €750 discount.
First right-hand drive models
If you do fancy that electric MX-30, the first right-hand drive models will be arriving into Irish Mazda dealerships next month, and the first customer deliveries should start coming in February. Mazda points out that the car was recently awarded a full five stars from EuroNCAP for crash safety, so that should prove tempting to family buyers.
Don't fancy that? Then what about the Mazda6 saloon, which is also on offer with a €2,000 discount and that same 4.9 per cent finance pack. If you fancy the CX-5 SUV then that comes with a €1,500 discount and - guess what - a 4.9 per cent finance offer.
John Perry, Managing Director of Mazda Ireland commented: "The latest Mazda product has seen a steady progression towards premium which is reflected in customer and motoring journalist reviews. To encourage new customers to experience the quality of the latest Mazda product and return savings to our loyal customers, we have compiled competitive 211 offers across the Mazda range, with a strong focus on our award-winning powertrains. Mazda MX-30 will soon be in Mazda showrooms and is an exciting addition to our multi-solution approach towards a cleaner and more sustainable future. The independent reviews to date couldn't be better and we are looking forward to seeing MX-30 on the roads."