As one of the world’s premier vehicle manufacturers, it’ll come as no surprise to learn that the Japanese carmaker has a variety of models offering hybrid and electric performance available. Learn more about these options today.
The Mazda M Hybrid technology is the manufacturer’s own form of regenerative braking, converting energy normally lost as you’re slowing down into an electrical charge for the battery.
Hybrid models offer a driving experience that is comparable to a regular combustion engine model. Electric cars, however, require no clutch or transmission, so may take some getting used to.
At present, the purchase price of electric cars is more expensive than fuel counterparts. However, as more and more models come to market, the price is gradually coming down.
More than 35,000 charging points can be found throughout the UK, with more being added every day.
This is an innovative form of battery charging technology that converts energy normally lost when braking into an electrical charge for the battery.
Most hybrid batteries will be able to cover up to 150,000 miles without any issues or require changing.
No. You’ll be advised of the servicing intervals for your vehicle at the time of purchase.
No. In fact, many are able to offer increased levels of torque as well as instant delivery. This makes them powerful to pull away and achieve higher speeds in quicker times.
Yes. Government grants help subsidise the purchase of suitable models and pay for the installation of home charging points. Liaise with a member of our sales team today for more details.