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Keep your Mazda running its best with the help of Groove Mazda Service Center. At Groove Mazda, our Mazda-trained and certified service technicians are committed to efficiently providing exceptional service and maintenance. From regular oil changes to complicated repairs, our service technicians will ensure your Mazda is running optimally each time it leaves our service center. Our service technicians will maintain and repair your Mazda while upholding the integrity of your vehicle with genuine Mazda parts.
Keeping up with tire rotations and maintenance is vital for your vehicle’s performance and your safety. To ensure the condition and longevity of your tires, Groove Mazda Service Center will inspect and recommend rotating your tires each time you bring your Mazda in for service. If it’s time to have your tires replaced, you can trust our Mazda Service technicians to offer you the best tires for your Mazda. They will take into account the make of your Mazda, the way you drive, and the roads you drive on, and deliver the optimal tires for your lifestyle demands.
Your Mazda’s battery has a lifespan of approximately 5 years, though depending on a variety of conditions this timeline can vary. If you notice any unusual issues or have trouble starting your Mazda, we recommend that you bring your vehicle to Groove Mazda Service Center as soon as possible. Each time you bring your Mazda in for service, our Mazda-trained and certified technicians will inspect for signs of corrosion, loose wires, and other signs of wear and tear, and test the battery of your vehicle.
Engine oil is crucial in the operation of your engine. Engine oil lubricates and protects your engine and aids your vehicle in performing optimally. Groove Mazda recommends that you check your oil levels once a month, and bring your Mazda in for an oil change every 3,000 to 10,000 miles, depending on the oil that is recommended for your vehicle. If you notice that your vehicle’s engine temperature is hotter than usual, it is expelling dark smoke, or your oil has an abnormal consistency, you should make an appointment with Groove Mazda immediately.
Brakes are essential in the performance and safety of your Mazda. We recommend that you have the brakes of your vehicle regularly inspected for wear and tear. Brake pads typically need to be replaced every 50,000 miles. However, if you hear grinding or squealing noises, vibrations when braking, or if your vehicle reacts slower than usual when you press the brake pedal, you should make an appointment at Groove Mazda as soon as possible.
Our world-class Service Center in Denver, CO is here to help you keep your new car in prime condition. And unlike competitors like Jiffy Lube, we offer exclusive money-saving service coupons, only repair using original parts, sell OEM parts, and offer Complimentary Prepaid Maintenance! So whatever your maintenance or repair needs, you can rely on Factory Trained Mazda Service Technicians’ extensive car knowledge to ensure they’re getting the job done right the first time! To set up an appointment or simply get directions, contact our Mazda dealership today.
At Groove Mazda, our service technicians are Mazda trained and certified. In addition to that, our service center offers genuine Mazda parts, service specials, and part financing options.
Yes, you should rotate your Mazda’s tires every 5,000 miles or 6 months. Braking and turning corners transfer more weight to the front tires, causing them to wear faster. Rotating your tires helps to evenly distribute the wear among the tires, therefore improving tire longevity.
Knowing your driving habits and conditions will help our service technicians more accurately determine how often you should change your Mazda’s tires. However, a good rule of thumb is every 6 years.
Depending on the age of your Mazda, and your usage your battery should last from 3 to 6 years.
Your vehicle's oil change maintenance schedule depends on the type of oil you choose to put in your Mazda. If you chose the recommended synthetic oil, you should get it replaced every 7,500 miles. For conventional oil, it is recommended that you get it changed every 3,000 to 5,000 miles depending on the year of your vehicle and your driving habits.
You should get your Mazda’s brake pads replaced every 50,000 miles, or as soon as you begin noticing any grinding or squealing noises, vibrations or pulsations, or slow response when braking.
If you notice that the interior or exterior lights are dim, you are having electrical issues, or your vehicle is not starting, you should bring your vehicle to Groove Mazda Service Center for a battery inspection.