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The 6 has been another reasonable success story for a Mazda brand looking to seriously expand its share of the fleet market.
The mid-life refresh of the upper medium model sees it come down a BIK band thanks to CO2 dropping from 149g/km to 142g/km for the most powerful of the three diesel hatchbacks - the 180hp model - while the 163hp version also now sits at 142g/km and the 129hp 2.0-litre is down from 147g/km to 138g/km.
The exterior changes polish up what is already one of the more striking upper medium models, while interior alterations still leave a cabin lacking in the more premium feel of many rivals.
But Mazda normally scores well on the cost per mile front, thanks to decent residual values. In this case a 34.2% figure - very good for the volume upper medium segment - leads to a 55.4p result.