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Sneak a preview of the latest Mazda models at Marriotts

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Local dealership Marriotts Mazda is inviting motor enthusiasts to its Boston showrooms for a sneak preview of the latest models in the Japanese manufacturer’s range with an open weekend - heralding the arrival of the new ‘13’ registration plate models.

With the new ‘13’ registration plate models arriving in the showroom from March 1, Marriotts Mazda is opening up this Saturday and Sunday to give customers the chance to see the full Mazda range and offers available for a new ‘13’ plate.

Star attraction is undoubtedly the all-new Mazda6, only launched this January, joining the the Mazda CX-5 compact crossover SUV - the first Mazda has built using the brand’s ground-breaking award-winning SKYACTIV technology.

Special versions feature prominently at Marriotts’ weekend with the official release of ‘Venture II’ editions of both the Mazda2 and the 2013 upgraded Mazda MX-5.

Featuring unique new colours, stunning gunmetal alloys and sophisticated Sanyo satellite navigation systems, the Venture models really do stand out from the crowd.

Marriotts is also launching a new 0 percent APR representative PCP package across all Mazda2, Mazda3, Mazda5 and Mazda MX-5 models which includes a generous deposit contribution from £219 (on Mazda2) to £2,500 (Mazda5). Mazda’s personal contract purchase (PCP) offers comprise no upfront payment requirement, followed by up to 42 monthly instalments , with a single final payment at the end of the contract (all free of any interest charges).

This weekend you can expect stunning models and compelling offers combined with good old-fashioned courteous service from Marriotts, the long established local family business that has served Mazda customers for more than 38 years.

n Marriotts Mazda, Liquorpond Street, Boston, PE21 8UJ. Telephone 01205 310044. Website: www.marriottsmazda.co.uk

 

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