Mazda's SKYACTIV technologies offer a way for corporate fleets to reduce fuel costs and lower tailpipe emissions, Mazda's national fleet sales manager said at the annual fleet show.
"Fleet operators and company car drivers alike are looking to save money and SKYACTIV technology in the all-new Mazda3, Mazda6 and Mazda CX-5 enables them to do just that," said Chris Stableford, Mazda's national fleet sales manager for the United Kingdom.
Mazda initially introduced SKYACTIV on its CX-5 compact SUV, followed by the Mazda6 and all-new Mazda3. The Mazda6 is the company's top-selling fleet vehicle. SKYACTIV is a series of technologies that increase fuel efficiency and engine output.