Whether you’re looking for new tires, a quick tire rotation, or a wheel alignment; the expert technicians at Groove Mazda are here to help keep you on the road. We offer a variety of tire maintenance services to ensure your Mazda is also performing safely and in optimal condition. While we conduct expert service on your vehicle, we try our best to make sure we’re giving you a fair deal. We regularly run Mazda service coupons on our services, and we offer an exclusive Care Program to help take the guesswork (and some of the costs) out of your car’s maintenance.
So what are you waiting for? Schedule your next service appointment online today to not only get the quality tire service you need but also unlock a complimentary full vehicle inspection. And if you’re in the market for new tires, browse our online tire store. The Groove Auto Total Tire Care Program assures that with the purchase of any tires from one of our service centers you will receive 100% coverage for two years and repair coverage up to $20 per occurrence.
Routinely inspecting and maintaining your tires is essential to not only your Mazda’s performance and value but also for your safety. Staying up-to-date on your tire rotations, inspections, and tire pressure will help your tires last longer and allow you to enjoy your ride to the fullest every time you get behind the wheel.
So drive with added confidence and rest assured our certified Mazda technicians will thoroughly inspect all your tires, ensuring your tires are in good condition and are properly inflated. During our inspection, we will review your tire treads, check their pressure, and let you know how much longer your tires should last. If we notice any issues with your tires, our team will walk you through all your options and not perform any maintenance before we get your okay.
In addition to complimentary inspections and regular tire rotations every 5,000 to 8,000 miles, we also offer a variety of new tires perfect for all lifestyle demands. So if you’re lucky enough to not get a flat, run over a nail, or have to trek through rough terrain regularly; your tires can last up to five years! After this point, it is highly recommended to replace your tires due to tread wear that naturally occurs over time. Poor tread can lead to stopping issues, poor fuel economy, and poor handling.
In addition to worn-out tread, you may need new tires if you notice unnatural bulging tires, cracks or blistering in the tire walls, or experience vibration and/or shaking when trying to apply pressure to your brakes. Sometimes you may just need more air, but other times it means it is time for new tires. So now you just have to decide on what type of tires are right for you.
Now that your tires are coming to an end, it’s time to replace your tires. Find the tires right for your everyday and recreational driving needs. Whatever brand or capabilities you’re looking for, our online tire store offers a variety of tires perfect for all makes and models. From efficient tires to track-ready ones, find the perfect tires for you below:
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 our technician’s 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.
Tires should be rotated every 5,000 miles, or during your routine oil change.
Tires are the only part of your vehicle with constant contact with the road; so naturally, they wear over time or due to inflated issues or poor alignment.
When tires wear or become deflated, your mileage and performance can suffer due to poor traction.
You should replace your tires every 5 to 6 years depending on driving habits and maintenance.
Wheel alignments ensure that your tires are properly angled to each other.