From 1 March, cars such as the Mazda2, Mazda5 and Mazda MX-5 sports car will return to their original price.
However, if a new Mazda car is registered before March, up to £4,000 will be cut from the price as part of the Mazda ‘Pay no VAT’ deal.
This means the cheapest Mazda car in the range, the Mazda2, will cost just £8,672 on-the-road, making it one of the least expensive superminis on sale in the UK.
Mazda Sales Director, Peter Allibon, said: “Customers should visit their local dealership to check which models will be available under this programme and book a test drive.”
He added: “Customers should visit their local dealership to check which models will be available under this programme and book a test drive.”
While the ‘Pay no VAT’ offer is set to end in February, it will be available until the end of March for the Mazda3 and Mazda6.
Mazda’s zero per cent APR finance offer will also run until the end of March, offering customers the chance to buy a new 12-plate Mazda car under the deal.
The zero finance offer applies to the entire Mazda range including the Mazda6 petrol saloon, says Allibon.
He added: “All vehicles in the Mazda model line-up deliver a dynamic and engaging drive, with strongly performing engines, competitive CO2emissions and an ownership experience which is underpinned by reduced costs and Mazda’s outstanding build quality and reliability.”
Mazda cars are on sale now at Perrys Mazda UK dealers including Perrys Mazda of Barnsley, Perrys Mazda of Blackburn, Perrys Mazda of Huddersfield, Perrys Mazda of Portsmouth and Perrys Mazda of Preston.