2020 MAZDA3 Sedan

If you are like many other drivers in the Troy area, you may be driving your vehicle more heavily now that stay-at-home orders have been lifted and life is starting to return to normal in many ways. You may have been keeping up with your Mazda’s maintenance services minimally while you were quarantining at home, but its needs may be more significant and pressing now that it is being driven more heavily. What should you do to care for your Mazda at this time properly?

Schedule an Inspection

You may assume that driving a car minimally would not result in the need for maintenance work, but this is not the case. In some cases, fluid levels may have depleted, belts and hoses may have hardened or weakened, and more. The best way to determine what types of care it needs at this time is to schedule a thorough inspection with our technicians at Suburban Mazda of Troy.

Catch Up on Major Maintenance Services

Primary maintenance services, such as those when the vehicle reaches 30,000 or 60,000 miles, may have gone under the radar while you navigated through quarantining and shutdowns. Now is the time to take care of services you may have overlooked over the last year or longer.

Complete Routine Maintenance Services Regularly

As you readjust to a regular routine, it is also essential that you get back in the habit of tending to your car’s maintenance needs regularly. You will need to start changing the oil and filters more regularly, rotating the tires, checking the brakes, and more.

Schedule MAZDA Service Today

Whether you need to schedule an inspection on your Mazda today or you are aware of pending maintenance needs, now is the time to connect with our associates for the automotive care that it needs. Schedule a maintenance service appointment by calling Suburban Mazda of Troy today or reaching us through the website.