Mazda Mx-5 Lease

Best Mazda Mx-5 Personal & Business Lease Deals

If you want to drive an iconic sports car with buckets of character, the MX-5 could be the perfect contract hire car for you. Lightweight and a treat to drive, the MX-5 is one thrilling vehicle. Check out our Mazda car leasing deals below.

The Mazda MX-5 range comes in a Mazda MX-5 Convertible model which is the soft-top version, or the Mazda MX-5 RF Convertible which is the hard-top. Both models also have a range of trim level options, with SE-L, Sport, R-Sport, Sport Tech and GT Sport Tech trims available. Even the entry-level trim is jam-packed with added luxuries, including heated seats and climate control, while choosing the top-of-the-range option will get you a Bose sound system, Nappa leather seats, and a whole host of assistive safety packages.

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Mazda Mx-5 Convertible

From £268.80 Per Month

Initial Rental: £3,225.60 inc VAT
The Mx-5 Convertible 2015's smaller engine allows for a lighter car, ultimately sharpening handling and improving fuel efficiency. Versatile and refined.
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Mazda Mx-5 RF Convertible

From £292.80 Per Month

Initial Rental: £3,513.60 inc VAT
It was an exceptional car to begin with, but the metal folding-roof adds a liberating feeling of versatility to the the Mx-5 Rf Convertible 2017.

Leasing a Mazda MX-5

History of Mazda MX-5

The fourth Mazda MX-5 generation has built up quite a reputation during its 30 years on the market. Created to compete with higher-priced rival roadsters, the MX-5 range offers a stunning car lease option, easily undercutting sports car giants without sacrificing any of the quality. Thrilling, refined and luxurious, yet still offering everyday practicality, the Mazda MX-5 is one premium sports car.

Mazda MX-5 Engines and Performance

When you're putting together your Mazda MX-5car leasing deal, you'll have a choice of two naturally aspirated petrol engines. The 1.5-litre Skyactive-G unit produces 132 PS, while the 2.0-litre engine produces an impressive 184 PS, offering excellent acceleration for the lightweight car. Fuel economy is either 40mpg or 45mpg, depending on the trim chosen. The engines have a six-speed manual gearbox as standard, and some versions have a six-speed automatic transmission.

Mazda MX-5 Features

Your Mazda MX-5 RF car leasing deal comes packed with safety and infotainment features to keep you protected and entertained. The contract hire comes with a comprehensive safety system, along with the option to include a range of assistive packages including cruise control and blind-spot monitoring. The infotainment features are equally impressive, offering a DAB radio, smartphone connectivity and sat-nav.

Mazda MX-5 Servicing and Warranty

Mazda recommends you service your car lease every 12 months or 12,000 miles to maintain performance. When you choose a Mazda contract hire from LeaseFetcher, you will be covered by the manufacturer's warranty for the first three years, so you can drive worry-free.

Related Ranges from Other Manufacturers

If you want to keep looking around, some similar ranges to check out are our BMW Z4 lease deals and our Toyota GT86 lease deals for a sporty coupe alternative.


Finding a Mazda MX-5 Lease Deal with LeaseFetcher

LeaseFetcher is a car lease comparison site that works to bring together all the best lease deals, so you don't need to spend hours trawling various websites. You can filter and search through the top car lease offers from BVRLA car leasing brokers in England, Wales and the rest of the UK, to find your perfect lease deals based on your requirements for fuel type, initial payment, lease length, and more. So whether you're looking for a personal lease or a business one, car leasing has never been easier. Images used here are for illustration purposes.


Frequently Asked Questions

How much is it to lease a Mazda MX-5?

The amount you'll end up paying for your Mazda MX-5 lease depends on the contract length, trim level, special editions, annual mileage and other factors. Road tax is included in the lease price. A personal lease is inc VAT, while a business lease will be exc VAT - to access these deals, you will need a VAT registration number, regardless of your trading style, and possibly a company number too.

Is it better to buy or lease a Mazda MX-5?

If you want to drive away with a brand new car but don't want to pay all the hefty upfront costs associated with buying outright, leasing could be a great option. Leasing allows you to pay off depreciation costs, with manageable monthly instalments. You can arrange for a callback from a broker to discuss your needs.