2018 Mazda6 Maintenance Schedule

 

Maintenance ScheduleThe 2018 Mazda6 has everything you could want in a midsize sedan. Therefore, it only makes sense that you would put your heart and soul into taking care of this vehicle—maintaining it, repairing it, and generally doing everything you can to make sure it’s running as close to new as it possibly can.

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Our team here at Ocean Mazda compiled this 2018 Mazda6 factory-recommended maintenance guide.

It’s our hope that this schedule will help our customers in Doral, Miami, Hialeah, Kendall, and the nearby Florida communities to take care of their car. If you’d like to schedule a service appointment, contact us!

Manufacturer-Recommended Service Plan: 2018 Mazda6

This is a pretty general look at what amounts to a very complicated maintenance schedule.  If you have any questions about how to follow it, don’t hesitate to get in touch with our Ocean Mazda team today.

  • 6 Months/5,000 Miles: replace the engine oil and filter, inspect the lights, inspect the tires for both inflation and wear, lubricate all the vehicle’s hinges and locks, perform a full tire rotation. Additionally, your vehicle may need other items found on the multi-point inspection.
  • 12 Months/15,000 Miles: 6-month/5,000-mile procedure, inspecting/cleaning brake discs/pads. You should also be replacing your engine air filter, cabin air filter, and wiper blades. Additionally, your vehicle may need other items found on the multi-point inspection.
  • 24 Months/20,000 Miles: 6-month/5,000-mile procedure, as well as inspecting fuel lines and hoses, inspecting brake lines/hoses/connections, inspecting steering operation/linkage, check front and rear suspension components/ball joints/wheel bearing axial play, inspecting the driveshaft dust boots, tightening all the bolts and the nuts on the chassis and the body. Additionally, your vehicle may need other items found on the multi-point inspection.
  • 24 Months/25,000 Miles: the above procedure, plus fully inspecting the drive belts. Additionally, your vehicle may need other items found on the multi-point inspection.
  • 30,000 Miles: the 6-month/5,000-mile procedure, plus replacing air filter component. You should also be replacing your engine air filter, cabin air filter, and wiper blades. Additionally, your vehicle may need other items found on the multi-point inspection.
  • 48 Months/40,000 Miles: the 24-month/20,000-mile procedure, plus emission hoses. Additionally, your vehicle may need other items found on the multi-point inspection.
  • 60 Months/45,000 Miles: 12-month/15,000-mile check, exhaust system/heat shields. Additionally, your vehicle may need other items found on the multi-point inspection.
  • 75,000 Miles: the 24-month/25,000-mile procedure, and replacing all the spark plugs. Additionally, your vehicle may need other items found on the multi-point inspection.
  • 10 Years/120,000 Miles: replace all of the coolants, then every 5 years/60,000 miles. Additionally, your vehicle may need other items found on the multi-point inspection.

Furthermore, each year you should ensure that you inspect the flat tire kit. If you notice that the date of expiration on the tire repair fluid bottle is approaching (or past due!), replace it with a fresh bottle ASAP.

 

How to Use this Mazda6 Service Calendar and Schedule an Appointment Today!

schedule your service todayNow that we’ve hit you with the maintenance schedule, we’ll give you a few step-by-step instructions…

  1. Determine your car’s age and odometer reading. As you can see, everything depends on these two factors. So, figure out exactly how long you’ve been driving your Mazda6, in years & miles.
  2. Have you been driving in harsh conditions? If so, we encourage you to accelerate this schedule.
  3. Set up a maintenance appointment at the Ocean Mazda Service Center. Our technicians are experts in maintaining Mazda sedans just like yours. Regardless of whether it’s changing oil, inspecting suspensions, replacing coolants, or anything of that sort, they’ll take care of it.

So, if you’d like to set up your appointment, there are a few ways to do so. First, you can call us on the phone. Next, you can fill out a form online. Or, you can stop by from Kendall, Hialeah, Miami, or Doral.