MAZDA Lease Deals

MAZDA Range- Tilsun Car Leasing provides lease options for a fantastic range of brand-new MAZDA vehicles. See below for our full range.


Top MAZDA Deals

MAZDA CX-5 ESTATE

2.0 e-Skyactiv G MHEV Homura 5dr

Petrol | Manual

5K miles/annum £3,149.42 Initial Rental

£349.94 inc VAT /month
48 months

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MAZDA CX-60 ESTATE

2.5 PHEV Homura 5dr Auto [Panoramic roof]

Petrol/PlugIn Elec Hybrid | Automatic

0 miles/annum £0.00 Initial Rental

£0.00 inc VAT /month
months

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MAZDA CX-30 HATCHBACK

2.0 e-Skyactiv X MHEV Homura 5dr

Petrol | Manual

8K miles/annum £2,920.27 Initial Rental

£324.47 inc VAT /month
48 months

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MAZDA MAZDA3 SALOON

2.0 e-Skyactiv X MHEV [186] Exclusive-Line 4dr

Petrol | Manual

5K miles/annum £374.42 Initial Rental

£374.42 inc VAT /month
48 months

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MAZDA MAZDA2 HATCHBACK

1.5 Skyactiv G Homura Aka 5dr Auto

Petrol | Automatic

5K miles/annum £2,293.46 Initial Rental

£254.83 inc VAT /month
48 months

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MAZDA MX-5 RF CONVERTIBLE

1.5 [132] Prime-Line 2dr

Petrol | Manual

0 miles/annum £0.00 Initial Rental

£0.00 inc VAT /month
months

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MAZDA MX-30 HATCHBACK

107kW Makoto 35.5kWh 5dr Auto

Electric | Automatic

0 miles/annum £0.00 Initial Rental

£0.00 inc VAT /month
months

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MAZDA MAZDA2 HYBRID HATCHBACK

1.5i Hybrid Select 5dr CVT

Petrol/Electric Hybrid | Automatic

0 miles/annum £0.00 Initial Rental

£0.00 inc VAT /month
months

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Mazda We call this Jinba Ittai, Togetherness

Mazda Motor Corporation is a Japanese multi-automotive manufacturer based in Hiroshima, Japan. Mazda started life as a cork-making factory in Hiroshima in 1920 and slowly moved into manufacturing tools through the 1920s and early 1930s. 

In 1931 as, Toyo Kogo, they produced the Mazda Go, a three-wheel open truck; basically, a motorcycle with a truck bed, widely regarded as the first auto rickshaw.[1]

Mazda has never been afraid to do things differently; a long and proud history of always striving to do better or never being satisfied or innovating and challenging, whether bringing the Rotary Engine to the mass market or developing the Skyactiv Technologies, Mazda likes to drive its own path.

They achieve this with one thing in mind, the driver; everything they produce focuses on creating harmony between the car and the driver, with cars that are fun and rewarding to drive. To  Mazda, this philosophy is Jinba Ittai which means “horse and rider as one”.

By 1960 Mazda had developed their first proper car, the two-door R360 coupe, followed soon after by the four-door Mazda Carol in 1962, sold exclusively through the Mazda Auto Store network.

 The much-lauded Cosmo two-seater sports car arrived in 1967, the first production Mazda to feature a Wankel Rotary Engine, and with a top speed of 115 mph, this was a fast car for its time.

Mazda broke with convention by committing to Rotary power; the small, lightweight, and high-revving engine in the beautifully styled Cosmo was always going to attract attention.

Mazda used the same engine in the RX7 in 1978, which enhanced Mazda’s reputation even further for producing distinctive and well-engineered cars. Still, even Mazda wasn't quite prepared for what was to come in 1989 with the arrival of the MX5. 

With glowing press reports for this classic roadster, the embodiment of Mazda’s driver philosophy, the world car of the year award and world car design award, followed as did the production of the millionth car, making the little MX5 the world's best-selling 2-seater sports car*.

Rotary Engine

German engineer Felix Wankel conceived the Rotary engine design. Wankel first received his first patient for the engine in 1929.[2]

In short, the Wankel Rotary power engine is a type of internal combustion engine that does not use conventional pistons but uses an eccentric plectrum-shaped rotor redesign to convert pressure into a rotating motion.

Advantages compared to a reciprocal piston engine are that the Rotary powered engine has more uniform torque and less vibration for comparable power output, is more compact, and weighs less. The disadvantages are poor fuel efficiency and problematic emissions, especially when running on petrol.

Many manufacturers have helped develop the Rotary engine over the years, including Norton motorcycles, Mercedes-Benz, Citroen, Porsche, and even Rolls Royce; however, the 1973 Oil crisis frustrated the development, and only Mazda continued to develop the technology.

Mazda became the first Japanese auto manufacturer to win the 24-hour Le Mans in 1991 with the Rotary engine Mazda 787B.

SKYACTIVE

Skyactive is the brand name for a series of automobile technologies developed by Mazda that increases fuel efficiency and engine output. These technologies include powertrains and improvements in weight distribution.

Skyactive X is a petrol engine developed by Mazda that produces high power and low emissions. The Spark Controlled Compression Ignition system (SPCCI) Produces an extreme lean mix of fuel and air that is compressed at high pressure, producing a no-lag and free-revving performance. *

Mazda Electric/Hybrid

Mazda has a full electric MX30. They also have a plug-in hybrid (PHEV) on the CX60 and a full hybrid on the Mazda 2.

The MX30 is a stylish, premium compact SUV that uses a Skyactive EV, 35.5 kWh battery with a combined driving range of 124 miles on a full charge*. Charge time on a 50KW rapid charger (20 to 80%) is 26 minutes. It’s a front-wheel drive and produces 145bhp.

The Mazda 2 Hybrid is a good choice for drivers who want to keep their driving habits the same. With the press of a button (when charged), you can lower your emissions; when entering a low emissions zone,

The hybrid system recycles (regenerates) energy into a small battery when you brake, and you can drive your Mazda 2 like a regular petrol-powered car with no battery to plug in. 

This compact 5-door hatch is the best of both worlds; the 1.5 hybrid engine gives a total combined fuel consumption of 70mpg* and CO2 emissions of 92g/km.

Mazda CX60 is a full-size SUV and is Mazda’s first PHEV, launching a whole range of new driver-centric technologies*. The new plug-in hybrid powertrain on the CX60 is its powerful engine and electric motor combination; you can enjoy up to 39* miles of pure electric driving in EV mode.

As well as the electric motor, there are options for a six-cylinder 3.3-litre diesel engine or a powerful 2.5-litre petrol engine. AWD is standard across the range, as is the 8-speed automatic gearbox.

The spacious interior gives you a clean, minimalistic design. 

Mazda Range

The popular Mazda CX5 is an SUV with enough space for the whole family. It is a driver’s car with excellent driving dynamics and a generous standard specification.

 Powertrain options are the Skyactiv -G 2.5 petrol engine or the Skyactiv- D 2.2 diesel engine; 6-speed manual and 6-speed automatic are an option, as is 2-wheel drive or all-wheel drive.

Mazda CX30 is a small compact SUV small enough to zip around town and big enough to get the family away for the weekend. Apple CarPlay and Android Auto and a voice-commanding infotainment system are included.

There are plenty of model choices, with six trim levels, 2-wheel drive and all-wheel drive options, all driven with a mild hybrid e-Skyactiv- G 2-litre engine.

The Mazda 2 is a 5-door agile compact city car designed by KODO; it projects elegance and style; under the bonnet, the Skyactive 1.5 litre mild hybrid is available with two performance levels. There are four trim levels to choose from SE-L, Sport, GT Sport and GT Sport-tech.

The Mazda 3

Hatchback and saloon offer a slightly larger version of the Mazda 2 with the same refined styling. There is a multitude of variations for this popular model, including the Skyactive X engine.

The executive-styled Mazda 6, available as a saloon or an estate car, has mature looks, elegant lines, cutting-edge technology, and a luxurious, comfortable interior.

Four trim levels are available for the saloon or the estate car, and the Skyactiv- G 2.5 litre 194bhp, available on the GT Sport level, gives fantastic driveability. 

The latest version of the popular MX5 is available as a two-seater roadster or a retractable fastback (RF). With a stylish sports leather interior and classic sports car lines, nothing portrays Mazda’s philosophy of Jinba Ittai more than this car.

The lightweight rear-wheel drive sports car is driven by either a Skyactiv 1.5-litre petrol engine with 132 BHP or on the top of the range KODO designed Hamura, you can have a Skyactive-G 2 litre delivering 184 BHP in either a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic gearbox.

Mazda KODO

Introduced in 2010, Mazda’s unique kodo design philosophy and ability to breathe vitality into the car have been the driving force behind the multiple award-winning styling of the current Mazda range.[3]

Mazda is a great brand, and there is no doubt that leasing a Mazda is an excellent choice, offering a high level of technology and engineering for the price.

One of the main advantages of Personal or Business Contract Hire is that it can help you budget more effectively. Your monthly payments are fixed, so you'll always know exactly how much you need to set aside. This can be particularly useful if you're worried about your expenses increasing.

Other benefits of choosing a Contract Hire deal

Include a low initial payment and the ability to personalise your lease to suit your needs. Plus, with many different Mazda models available on lease, you can get a higher-specification car for your budget.

So, if you're considering leasing your next car, check out the best Tilsun Leasing PCH deals.



[1] Mazda. (2022, October 20). In Wikipedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mazda

[2] Wankel engine. (2022, October 20). In Wikipedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wankel_engine

[3] by: Owen Mildenhall in DesignMazda CX-30Mazda DesignMazda InsiderMazda MX-30Top Stories

*Mazda Website 2022 https://www.mazda.co.uk/

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