Mazda3 Maintenance Schedule
Whether you’ve just added a 2019 Mazda3 to your personal collection in Hialeah or Kendall, or started a lease for your drives around the greater Doral and Miami areas, it’s important to keep up on your car’s regular maintenance needs to ensure its longevity.
Check out this 2019 Mazda3 maintenance schedule from Ocean Mazda to know when to bring your car by our service center for routine servicing, so we can help you keep your car running smoothly and efficiently for as long as possible.
MAZDA3 MAINTENANCE: EVERY 5,000 MILES
Your Mazda3 will let you know it’s due for an oil change by illuminating the indicator light on the dashboard; however, it’s important that you don’t let your car go more than 5,000 miles without one. Additionally, the vehicle may need other items found on the multi-point inspection.
EVERY 10,000 MILES
At this interval, you should also have the disc brakes, brake fluid, and clutch fluid checked. Have your tires rotated, too, and don’t forget to have your 5,000-mile services performed again. Additionally, the vehicle may need other items found on the multi-point inspection.
EVERY 15,000 MILES
For every 15,000 miles, you should be getting your engine air filter, cabin air filters, and wiper blades replaced. Additionally, the vehicle may need other items found on the multi-point inspection.
EVERY 20,000 MILES
For every 20,000 miles you drive, you will also need to have several things inspected:
- Fuel lines and hoses
- Brake lines, hoses, and connections
- Steering operation and linkages
- Front and rear suspension, ball joints, and wheel bearing axial play
- Driveshaft dust boots
You should also have all bolts and nuts on your car’s chassis and body tightened. Have your brake fluid replaced as well. Additionally, the vehicle may need other items found on the multi-point inspection.
EVERy 30,000 MILES
For every 30,000 miles, you should be getting your engine air filter, cabin air filters, and wiper blades replaced. Also, receive your 5,000- and 10,000-mile service at this time. Additionally, the vehicle may need other items found on the multi-point inspection.
EVERY 40,000 MILES
You should have the exhaust system and heat shields on your Mazda3 inspected. Also replace your engine’s air filter at this time, if you haven’t already. Additionally, the vehicle may need other items found on the multi-point inspection.
Congratulations on keeping your car in such great shape for so many miles!
To keep up the good work, replace your engine coolant. After this first time, it will need to be replaced again every 60,000 miles. It’s recommended that you use FL-22 to avoid potential engine and cooling system damage. You’ll also want to replace your spark plugs at this service interval. Additionally, the vehicle may need other items found on the multi-point inspection.
MAZDA3 MAINTENANCE FOR SEVERE DRIVING
Keep in mind that the maintenance schedule we outlined here is for city/severe driving conditions. If you regularly drive in severe conditions, check your owner’s manual for your maintenance needs, or contact our Mazda dealership for our recommendations. Severe conditions are:
- Dusty conditions
- Extended use of brakes
- Salt-covered roadways
- Rough or muddy roads
- Extremely cold or humid temperatures
- Mountainous conditions
RECEIVE MAZDA3 MAINTENANCE AT OUR SERVICE CENTER
As you drive around Doral, Hialeah, and Kendall, check to see if you’re nearing any of the mile markers we mentioned in this Mazda3 maintenance schedule. If you are, let the team at Ocean Mazda take a look.
Our factory-trained and -certified technicians are dedicated to staying up-to-date on the best practices of care for all Mazda models, to help drivers stay road-ready in the greater Miami area. Contact us now to schedule your service appointment.