We understand that smart business decisions are about taking risks that pay off. That is the approach that Mazda takes with its cars, breaking new ground and pushing boundaries to create better and better vehicles. It has won many prestigious awards that prove how effective innovations such as its SKYACTIV Technology really is.
What Car? presented Mazda with the ‘Ultra Low Carbon Award’ for its groundbreaking SKYACTIV Technology, saying it “shows how a radical rethink can deliver real gains without resorting to more expensive hybrid and fully electric configurations.”
“The CX-3 offers the best of all worlds; merging the city-friendly agility of a supermini with the space, flexibility and refinement of a larger hatchback. Mazda’s excellent Skyactiv engines guarantee low running costs for fleets, and residual values are rock solid too."
As the Mazda CX-5 won the ‘Best Small SUV’ award from Fleet World, the judging panel Chairman commented: “the CX-5 shows that an SUV can be efficient with low CO2, and still have the benefit of four-wheel drive.”
The Mazda CX-5 won Car of the Year 2015 in the ‘Best large SUV under £25,000’ category at the What Car? Awards. What Car? said the Mazda CX-5 has “one of the best four-cylinder diesel engines we’ve tried”.
Awarded the winner of the ‘Best Upper Medium’ category by Fleet World. The judging panel Chairman declared the Mazda6 “an extremely fine business car”.
The luxurious Mazda6 also won the ‘Best Upper Medium Car’ award from industry experts Fleet News, who noted the car’s “excellent, highly efficient petrol and diesel engines”.
Mazda CX-5 wins the Best large SUV £27,000-£35,000 award
Mazda MX-5 wins the Best Convertible award
Mazda has been shortlisted in this year's Fleet News Awards in the following category:
- Best Upper Medium Car
The Fleet News Awards will be judged by some of the most respected fleets, leasing providers and pricing guides in the country. The winners will be announced on Wednesday14 March 2018.