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In order to keep your vehicle running smoothly for years to come, keeping up with routine automotive maintenance and inspections is extremely important. If you’re the proud owner of a Mazda CX-5, you know all the amazing features that make this car so great. Keep your Mazda reliable by following its recommended maintenance schedule.
Drivers near Willow Grove, Willow Manor, and Glenside wondering what kind of service their Mazda CX-5 needs, check out this helpful guide. After reading, reach out to our team at Mazda of Abington to schedule your next service!
After you’ve driven your Mazda CX-5 for about 7,500 miles, you’ll need to schedule its first service appointment. At this appointment, you’ll need to have several recommended services performed, including an oil change. Changing out the oil every 7,500 miles is vital to filter out the debris buildup in your old oil. Too much debris in your oil can cause potential harm to your engine.
At your 7,500 checkup, our technicians will also look at a few other things on your Mazda to ensure they don’t need to be repaired or replaced. This includes a tire rotation as well as an inspection of your brakes, belts, hoses, and other fluids aside from motor oil.
Once you’ve traveled 15,000 miles, your vehicle’s not only ready for its next oil change, but it also needs a few more services, like a brake pad check. After 15,000 miles of wear and tear on your Mazda’s brakes, it might be time to replace the old brake pads with new ones. Our technicians will perform a test on your brakes to determine the state of your vehicle’s brake pads.
During this visit, our team will also perform an inspection throughout the vehicle in case anything else needs to be maintained.
At the 30,000-mile mark, your Mazda CX-5 will need many of the same inspections and services previously mentioned, plus a few more. At this time, you’ll need to have your cabin air filter replaced. The cabin air filter helps keep the exterior air out of the interior of your car so you’re not breathing in pollution, harmful smog, etc. Changing out your old filter for new will eliminate the dirt and help improve the efficiency of your vehicle’s HVAC system.
When your Mazda CX-5 has reached roughly 75,000 miles, your next service will be beneficial to the overall performance of your vehicle. At this visit, our service team will take a look at your vehicle’s drive belt and transmission to inspect their condition. This appointment also includes the possible replacement of your spark plugs.
At your 120,000-mile service visit, our technicians will follow the Mazda CX-5’s recommended service schedule that includes performing most of the maintenance and inspections we’ve previously mentioned. Once your vehicle has reached 120,000 miles, the techs will also replace your vehicle’s coolant. After this visit, you’ll need the coolant changed again after traveling an additional 60,000 miles.
To learn more about the Mazda CX-5 maintenance schedule or to schedule your next service, reach out to the team at Mazda of Abington today! We take pride in providing a reliable service center team that drivers near Willow Grove, Willow Manor, and Glenside, can count on.