Mazda vehicles are widely renowned for their exacting quality, stylish design, and incredible performance. The Japanese carmaker has now also added exceptional efficiency to its selection, with a number of all-electric and hybrid models from which to choose.
Mazda M Hybrid technology is an innovative system that uses the energy normally lost during braking to power a small generator. This in turn generates a charge for your vehicle’s battery.
Driving a hybrid is not dissimilar to a regular petrol or diesel powered vehicle. However, an all-electric model features no transmission or clutch, so may well take some time to become accustomed to.
Although the purchase price of buying an electric car may seem more expensive than a combustion engine model, there are government grants available to support your purchase. Plus, running costs and maintenance charges ensure that, overall, choosing electric is more cost effective.
The UK network of charging points is growing by the day. At present, however, there are more than 14,000 locations with over 35,000 charging outlets available.
This is a form of technology that converts energy normally lost when braking into an electrical charge for your vehicle’s battery.
Hybrid batteries are designed to cover 100,000 miles as a minimum, with many achieving up to 150,000 before they need replacing.
Your electric or hybrid vehicle will require servicing with the same frequency as a petrol or diesel model. Check your handbook for details on the servicing schedule.
Electric vehicles are often more powerful, with the battery capable of providing instant torque helping you pull away easier. Hybrid vehicles, meanwhile, can complement the power already available from the combustion engine with added torque.
Yes. Government subsidies are available to make purchasing a vehicle more affordable. Plus, you can also secure a grant towards the installation of a suitable charging point in your home.