17 February 2004

Existing Mazda drivers trading cars in for the new 3 can bag up to £1000 off with a new loyalty bonus. Anyone with more than three months ownership can qualify, gaining the full whack discount on TS2 and Sport models, or £500 off going for humbler S and TS trims. If you’re interested in putting a deposit down on a 3, we'd count on getting at least another £500 on a mid-ranking 1.6 TS2 model though, lowering the overall cost to just £12,100.

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