Mazda Oil Change FAQ

No matter which one of our new Mazda models you drive, it still needs to have regular oil changes. Oil is the lifeblood of your engine, lubricating every moving part and carrying away heat. If you (somehow) didn't have any engine oil at all, your engine would soon overheat and break down. With fresh oil, your engine runs smoothly, the way a Mazda engine should.

The oil in your engine helps keep your Mazda running, but that oil doesn't last forever. As time goes on, your oil will start to break down. It becomes less and less effective at lubricating your engine. The worst-case scenario is that your oil breaks down entirely, becomes a thick black sludge, and clogs up parts of your engine. Nobody wants that to happen; fortunately, it's an easy problem to avoid. Regular oil changes replace your tires old oil with fresh new oil, and they're just what the doctor ordered... or rather, they're just what the mechanic ordered. You should change your oil roughly ever 7,500 miles, or every six months, whichever comes first. If you'd like a little bit of help with that, you can schedule an appointment with our service center. We'll change your oil as well as perform any other repairs or maintenance you need.

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