6th generation models boost sales at Jennings Mazda
Posted on 11 Jun 2014
Customers visiting Jennings Mazda, part of the Jennings Motor Gorup, are taking advantage of the latest fuel-saving SKYACTIV technology 6th generation models available at the Middlesbrough dealership.
The start of 2014 saw the launch of the latest 6th generation all-new Mazda3 model which joined the other two previously launched CX-5 and Mazda6 upgraded models in the range.
On display and available to test drive at Jennings Mazda’s Cargo Fleet Lane dealership, the 36 model all-new Mazda3 line-up, available in hatchback and saloon form, is priced from £16,995 on-the-road.
James Chorlton, franchise manager at Jennings Mazda in Middlesbrough, said; “To date, all of the 6th generation models, which incorporate Mazda’s innovative fuel-saving SKYACTIV technology, are proving exceptionally popular with both retail and business customers.
“The all-new Mazda3 has contributed towards an increase in sales at the dealership, thanks to its state-of-the-art SKYACTIV technology, driving demand for class-leading performance, fuel economy, low CO2 emissions, exciting driving experience, in addition to a stunning exterior design and generous equipment levels.”
Customers can choose between five high specification models including SE, SE Nav, SE-L, SE-L Nav and the range topping Sport Nav.
The Mazda6 model includes 36 saloon and tourer models with three equipment levels including SE, SE-L and Sport (with or without Satellite Navigation) and four high-efficiency SKYACTIV diesel and petrol powertrains with prices ranging from £19,595 to £28,295 on-the-road.
Meanwhile the 20-strong line-up of CX-5 models comes in a 165ps or 15-0/175ps diesel engines, six-speed manual or automatic transmissions, three specification levels including SE-L, SE-L Lux and Sport, with or without Sat Nav, in addition to a choice of 2-wheel drive or all-wheel drive – depending on the model.
For more information about the range of products and services, call into the Cargo Fleet Lane dealership
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