Mazda car loans customers may want to be quickMotorists considering taking out car loans for the Mazda6 or Mazda5 may be well-advised to do so sooner rather than later.
Motorists considering taking out car loans for the Mazda6 or Mazda5 may be well-advised to do so sooner rather than later.
The manufacturer has revealed prices for the models are to go up next month.
People buying a Mazda6 after the end of March can expect to pay approximately £345 more then they would now, while those interested in the Mazda5 will be shelling out about £323 more.
Sales and marketing director Mark Cameron explained prices were increasing as a result of rising raw material costs and changes in the exchange rate between the yen and the pound.
However, he predicted drivers would be prepared to pay a little bit extra for quality vehicles.
"Customers still want a stylish and distinctive car, without compromising on the key aspects of quality, reliability and driving enjoyment," Mr Cameron concluded.
In other news, the updated eight-strong range of Mazda MX-5 models goes on sale in the UK next month.
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