The latest iterations of the high-performance duo, powered by the award-winning 400PS 2.5-litre TFSI engine good for up to 180mph, are due to be delivered to the first customers from November.
This month sees Mazda Motors UK Ltd celebrate its 2oth Anniversary.
The company was conceived in the late 1990s as Mazda Motor Corporation took the decision to connect the European region more closely with the core business in Japan because at the time there were just two national sales companies in Europe, with all the other markets including the UK, served by independent importers.
They carry up to 2,110kg and 17m3and will be available towards the end of this year from £30,755 for the 140ps diesel version or £61,085 for a 70kWh battery model, excluding VAT.
The Association of Fleet Operators has unveiled its first eLCV course for fleets transitioning to electrification, with the first taking place on Thursday 9th September
It will follow a similar on-line format to the industry body’s existing one-day electric car course, which was launched earlier this year and has been well received by a broad range of fleet stakeholders.