2019 MAZDA CX-3 MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE

2019 Mazda CX-3 Maintenance Schedule

By following this guide, drivers in the Miami and Doral areas can keep their vehicle in top shape. Schedule a service appointment today to keep your Mazda CX-3 well-maintained!

EVERY 5,000 MILES

Oil ChangeYou’ve gotten your new car, and you’re not sure when to take it in for its first maintenance appointment. The best time to take it in is once you hit 5,000 miles. At this point, your vehicle is due for an oil change and a few other small touches, all which will keep your car in good shape.

In addition to getting an oil change, drivers should also have a tire rotation performed and their brakes inspected. These are just small maintenance tasks that shouldn’t take long, but they’ll go far in keeping your car working its best. Additionally, there could be a chance that the vehicle may need other items found on the multi-point inspection.

EVERY 10,000 MILES

After about 10,000 miles, there are a few inspections that you’ll want to have performed in addition to your standard oil change and tire rotation. Here, you’ll want to have your fuel lines and hoses inspected, as well as your front and rear suspension. It’s also a good idea to have your Mazda CX-3’s cabin air filter replaced around this point. Additionally, there could be a chance that the vehicle may need other items found on the multi-point inspection.

EVERY 15,000 MILES

This is a fairly simple maintenance appointment: After every 15,000-mile period, you’ll want to have your drive belts inspected and your engine air filter, cabin air filter, and wiper blades replaced. Your drive belts should last for a while, but in the event that they do start to break, it’s best to catch them early. That’s why you’ll want to take your Mazda CX-3 in around this point to make sure that it doesn’t slip under the radar. Additionally, there could be a chance that the vehicle may need other items found on the multi-point inspection.

EVERY 30,000 MILES

Mazda CX-3 MaintenanceThis is another pretty simple checkup, you’ll want to have your engine air filter, cabin air filter, and wiper blades replaced. As always, it’s a good idea to stay on top of this part of your maintenance schedule. Additionally, there could be a chance that the vehicle may need other items found on the multi-point inspection.

EVERY 75,000 MILES

Once you hit 75,000 miles, you’ll want to have your spark plugs replaced. This is a fairly small part that’s quick to replace, but like we mentioned before, this also plays a big part in your car’s functioning. Additionally, there could be a chance that the vehicle may need other items found on the multi-point inspection.

Leaving your spark plugs to become too old and worn can lead to your vehicle not being able to start in the future. However, stay up to date on this replacement, and you’ll have your engine starting up in no time!

100,000 MILES AND BEYOND

Once you hit your 100,000-mile mark, you’ve reached a point in your vehicle’s lifespan at which you’ll want to have the engine coolant replaced. This is a quick repair that should be taken care of when you hit 120,000 miles. After that, you should stay up to date on your coolant by having it replaced every 60,000 miles. Additionally, there could be a chance that the vehicle may need other items found on the multi-point inspection.

KEEP YOUR MAZDA CX-3 RUNNING WELL WITH GENERAL MAINTENANCE

Hialeah and Kendall drivers looking to drive their Mazda CX-3 for years to come will want to follow their maintenance schedules closely. As such, we at Ocean Mazda hope this guide was helpful to our drivers as they learn about the most important services their vehicles need.

Are you due for your next oil change? Visit our service center to maintain your car today!