Now in its 20th year, the one-day-only sale brings added value in the form of free scheduled servicing for the first three years or 30,000km for passenger cars and SUVs, or 45,000km for the Mazda BT-50 – whichever comes first.
You’ll also receive $500 worth of Mazda accessories for your new car, courtesy of a specifically tailored M Day accessories pack available for passenger and SUV vehicles. Mazda BT-50 buyers will receive a $500 genuine accessories voucher to spend on kitting out the new ute.
Furthermore, all new cars sold will get three years of Mazda’s roadside assistance for free, saving another $297.
All in, customers will save as much as $1,592 on a top-spec BT-50, or $957 on an entry-level Mazda2 Neo.
Mazda’s M Day customers will also benefit from the freshly announced five-year unlimited kilometre warranty, which is standard on all models purchased from August 1.
Mazda dealerships are heavily incentivised to do deals on M Day, so don’t be afraid to bargain hard and you could come away with an even better deal.
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