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The Mazda high-performance battery generates exceptional cold-cranking amps and has reserve capacity ratings that meet or exceed our strict quality and safety requirements, and it’s backed with an equally high-performance warranty.
Know what really turns on your Mazda vehicle? Mazda high-performance batteries. To maintain a reliable, corrosion-free battery with lots of powerful cold-cranking amps and reserve capacity, have your battery periodically checked by a Mazda Dealer.
Genuine Mazda brakes make sure you stop smoothly. Designed for specific Mazda models, we ensure that they’re the highest-quality brakes available.
Aftermarket brakes can be as unpredictable as the road you’re driving on. Genuine Mazda brake pads have an advantage in braking effectiveness. See the comparison chart* below.
Stopping-distance comparison (Mazda = 100% Genuine)
*Information based on an independent study performed for Mazda Motor Corporation in February 2004.
To keep braking performance at its optimum level, an inspection every six months is recommended. Because brake pads and shoes are hidden behind the wheels, it is difficult to see how much product life is remaining. See your authorized Mazda Dealer for a brake inspection and ask about our Lifetime Limited Warranty on Genuine Mazda and Value Products by Mazda brake pads and shoes.
Ride quality and performance depend largely on your tires, and not all tires are created equally. Every original equipment tire has been rated by Mazda to be the best available for your specific model and driving needs. Whether you need all-season or all-terrain tires, your Mazda Dealer will find the right tires for you.
The tread on your tires can tell you more than how many miles you’ve logged. Worn tires should be replaced when the tires’ tread-wear bar meets the tread. Have your tires inspected regularly and do not drive on a damaged tire or wheel. Visit your authorized Mazda Dealer for a Full Circle Service inspection to check the wear of your tires for your safety and to maintain your vehicle’s best performance.
Note: Measure tread depth away from the tread-wear bar.
Please refer to your tire warranty guide for additional information.