Mazda approved used scheme

Everything you need to know about Mazda's approved used scheme

It doesn’t matter how old the Mazda is, as long as it has covered less than 100,000 miles, it’s eligible for the firm’s approved used scheme. With almost 2,400 cars available, there’s something for everyone; prices start at £1,995 for a 2006 Mazda 3 that’s covered 97,000 miles. Incredibly, the oldest car offered (for £2,990) was a 1993 323 that had clocked up only 42,805 miles.

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Mazda throws in a 12-month Europe-wide breakdown package that includes repatriation, contributing towards onward travel costs and vehicle recovery. As an approved used buyer, you’ll also get seven days’ drive-away insurance, accident management if you’re involved in a crash, plus an exchange plan that allows you to swap the car you’ve bought for a different one within 30 days or 1,000 miles if a fault crops up that can’t be resolved to your satisfaction. As if this isn’t enough, there’s also MoT cover, along with excess protection for your insurance.

Mazda Approved Used: key facts

Max age/mileage No max age/100,000 miles
Breakdown cover 12 months
Exchange policy 30 days/1,000 miles
Standard warranty12 months/unlimited mileage
Extendable warranty N/A
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