Special fleet range for Mazda 6
* Business Line aimed at company car drivers * Bluetooth, sat-nav and 17-inch alloys standard * Available now for 18,300; P11D of 18,130...
Mazda has launched a new trim level for the 6 hatchback that's aimed specifically at company car drivers.
The Business Line model is based on the basic S version, but comes with goodies such as Bluetooth connectivity, sat-nav, 17-inch alloy wheels plus climate and cruise controls as standard.
The 127bhp 2.2-litre diesel model does 54.3mpg and produces 138g/km of CO2 meaning it sits in the 20% benefit-in-kind tax band.
Monthly company car tax should cost around 60 a month for basic-rate taxpayer, and 121 for higher-rate payers.
The 6 Business Line is available to order now for 18,300, with a P11D price of 18,130.
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