Mazda Mazda3 Hatchback 2.0 SE 5dr On Lease From £170.83


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£170.83 ex VAT

Initial Payment £1,024.98 ex VAT


£205.00 inc VAT

Initial Payment £1,229.98 inc VAT

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  • Key Facts
    Fuel CO2 Transmission 0-62 MPH RRP
    Petrol 119 g/km Manual 8.9 seconds £14,816.67
    0-62 mph
    8.9 seconds
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  • Insurance Group

    This car’s insurance group is 19E.

  • Review

    Ten Second Review
    Mazda 3 Lease Review - The Mazda3 has held its own in recent years, with half-decent resale values and a reputation for longevity and efficiency. This starts to ease towards the longer of the hatchback style, with an elongated bonnet and smaller rear that gives it more refinement than its younger Mazda brethren, although it still suffers some of their drawbacks.

    Under the hood is a choice of the 1.5 litre entry level petrol, which works as an engine but is nothing special, a 2.0 litre petrol that has 118bhp and real refinement, and a 148bhp 2.2 diesel that is very powerful and incredibly economical. The diesel is a clear pick, coming in at just over the A tax bracket and averaging 75mpg with ease this is efficient and practical. The ride is up to class standard with a level of comfort that keeps you from feeling the bumps but a certain sporty feel that keeps you interested, despite being hampered by a little body roll in the sharper corners.

    Moving inside, this is clearly designed for function and comfort with large, padded seats and lots of room. The driver gets all manner of adjustment controls while three adults should feel comfortable in the back. At the far end is a competitive boot that is east to use, while the rear seats fold flat easily and match the boot floor precisely, although in-cabin storage space in limited. The dash is laid out with everyone in mind and very clearly label, and has enough kit to get you started with air-con, bluetooth and a stereo with two USB sockets, although unless you are charger mad you will only ever really need one to play your tunes. Upgrade to the SE-L and you get climate control, automatic wipers and parking sensors, meaning this is just as effective as a family car as it is a stylish hatchback.

    This is backed up by the safety gear, with five NCAP stars won through a combination of the six standard airbags and additional kit such as tyre-pressure monitors. This is something of a jack-of-all-trades for the Mazda range, and it will do almost anything required of it without fuss, something that can be quite valuable in this day and age.

    Previous versions of the Mazda 3 failed to dazzle driver and as such sales figures weren't as high as expected. However the latest generation of the Mazda 3 is a remarkable improvement and really goes for gold with very little held back. Think of it as Mazda's attempt at affirming this is a model worthy of having. With a much improved drive, updated visuals, a neatly kitted out interior and reliable fuel economy the Mazda 3 is a real catch and this time round it's a seriously attractive car deal.

£170.83 EX VAT £1,024.98 Initial payment
£205.00 INC VAT £1,229.98 Initial payment

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