There will be special deals for these selected models available for the remainder of 2011, including manual or automatic transmissions for an advanced payment of just £499.
For example, you can now choose a Mazda3 1.6 TS hatchback, which was the Japanese brands best-seller worldwide, with manual or automatic transmission for an advanced payment of just £499.
The Mazda3 offers many standard luxurious features such as a four speed gear box with full manual/automatic modes, alloy wheels, dual-zone climate control air-conditioning, electric front and rear windows and a leather steering wheel with integrated audio controls.
This is accompanied by a combined CO2 emissions fuel cycle of 176g/km.The Mazda3 models start from £14,755.
The other Mazda models, such as the world’s best-selling MX5 roadster sportscar is available for an advanced payment of £499 for the 1.8i SE model and £849 for the 1.8i SE air con.
Some of the Mazda5’s standard features include 16″ alloy wheels; power steering, Radio/Single CD audio system and 6 speakers with MP3 compatibility.The Mazda5 soft-top models start from £17,245 and the roadster models start from £19,245.
Steve Jelliss, Mazda fleet and remarketing director responsible for the motability programme said: “The Mazda MX-5 remains an iconic car in the minds of most British motorists and has always proved popular when offered on the motability programme.
“We have therefore re-introduced the roadster to the autumn programme in response to customer demand.”
The small five-door Mazda2 automatic model continues its no advanced payment availability. Mazda say that the Mazda2 has been the heart of the brands motability programme.
The TS2 model features a powerful 1.5-litre 102ps engine and a four-speed automatic transmission. With this engine it has a 0-62mph capability of 11.9 seconds whilst its C02 rating is a reasonable 146g/km.
Some of the Mazda2’s standard equipment includes alloy wheels and air-conditioning. The Mazda2models start from £10,305.