Mazda is offering a free TomTom satellite navigation upgrade for its Mazda6 to fleet and company car drivers until the end of 2013.
The cost of upgrading from a standard new Mazda6 without nav to a nav-equipped car is usually £700.
The offer applies across the Mazda6 range of saloon and tourer models and to all companies who contract hire their cars via leasing companies, irrespective of the size of their business or their company car fleet. It is also available to all small businesses via their local dealer.
Steve Tomlinson, Mazda head of fleet, said: “Satellite navigation is a ‘must have’ feature for many fleets and company car drivers and navigation-equipped models are already extremely popular across the Mazda range - the 2.2-litre 148bhp SKYACTIV-D Saloon SE-L Nav is the biggest seller in fleet followed by the 2.2-litre 148bhp Saloon Sport Nav model.
“The new campaign will accelerate orders for all-new Mazda6 Nav models and we are particularly keen for our dealers to engage with businesses in their local areas and promote the offer.
“We know from Mazda6 orders just how important satellite navigation is for company car drivers. The new offer will make all-new Mazda6 Nav models more accessible and make the car an even more compelling proposition to businesses that either outright purchase or contract hire their vehicles.”