Mazda offering home test drives to reduce unnecessary travel

n order to make the purchasing process safer and more convenient, Mazda are offering to bring demonstrator vehicles to your home to test drive.

With the motoring industry implementing increased safety measures to protect customers, Mazda are raising such measures to new heights as the brand reduces travel requirements and contact for those looking to purchase a new vehicle. In order to make the purchasing process safer and more convenient, Mazda are offering to bring demonstrator vehicles to your home to test drive. The home test drive offering will be prioritised to the elderly, most at risk or less-able to travel, but is open to anyone in the market for a new vehicle.

Vehicles will be thoroughly sanitised between test drives, and measures have been implemented for contactless handovers to minimise the risk of possible contamination. For the majority of customers that will still visit the showrooms, the Mazda retail network have also been reinforced with the appropriate safety and hygiene measures

To celebrate the return to business and 202 plate change, Mazda are offering customers exclusive tailored offers. Offers will be available on all models and grades and will be bespoke to each individual customer to ensure everyone receives great value on their new car purchase. On offer will be the brands’ CX range of SUV vehicles and range of Mazda M Hybrid models. The latest Mazda3 and Mazda CX-30 have been joined by the refreshed Mazda2 with hybrid technology to lower emissions and improve fuel economy.

Mazda believe the solution to minimising automobile pollution is one of matching the appropriate technology to the most relevant fuel source. As the majority of new vehicle sales still have an internal combustion engine, Mazda engineers have not taken the focus away from traditional engines. In 2019 the revolutionary Skyactiv-X engine debuted, combining the benefits of both petrol and diesel technology in one. Paired with 24-volt lithium ion batteries, the latest Skyactiv technology allows for further reductions in CO2 emissions.  This multi-solution approach will include a mixture of the most suitable and efficient powertrains with the introduction of the first fully-electric Mazda model in early 2021 in the new Mazda MX-30.

Managing director John Perry commented; “While the ingenuity of Mazda engineers have led to a breakthrough in internal combustion engine efficiency, this is just a part of our multi-solution approach to reducing harmful CO2, NOx emissions and improved fuel efficiency. Mazda will offer customers the choice of powertrain to suit their lifestyle best and have been very creative and honest in this approach. The Mazda M Hybrid range is growing and customers can experience our vehicles easier and safer than ever thanks to the Mazda Home Test Drive initiative being implemented by our dealer network.”

For more details on the Mazda Home Test Drive, 202 offers and Mazda range, Mazda is advising customers to contact their local Mazda dealer.