3 ways to maintain a Mazda at 50,000 miles

By Product Expert | Posted in FAQs, Mazda service, New Tires, Tips on Thursday, May 25th, 2017 at 6:28 pm
How to take care of your Mazda at 50000 miles

Keeping up with your vehicle’s regularly scheduled maintenance is vitally important to the health of your car, and many people overlook the maintenance needed when your vehicle hits 50,000 miles. We want to help keep your Mazda running smoothly for years down the road, so we’re giving you some tips and tricks on how to maintain your car when it hits that 50k mile mark.

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Car maintenance needed at 50,000 miles

  1. Service fuel system

There are two main components in the fuel system that should be checked and serviced when your Mazda hits 50,000 miles. You’ll want to have the fuel filter replaced and fuel cell cap inspected. This service is actually extremely important because it keeps your engine running happily, and we all know how expensive and stressful replacing an engine can be.

  1. Have systems inspected

There are a few key systems you’ll want to focus on during your 50,000-mile inspection. You’re going to want to have your exhaust system and suspension components inspected. Though most modern-day exhaust and suspension systems will maintain functionality until about 100,000 miles, it’s never a bad idea to have the systems looked over.

  1. Replace tires

The OEM tires that come on your Mazda when you buy it are of the highest quality and are designed to ride as smoothly as possible, but around 50,000 miles, the soft rubber compound the tires are made of begins to wear out. Once you are approaching the 50k mile mark, it’s a good idea to begin looking for a new set of tires, as you’ll want to replace all four.

Servicing your engine at 50000 miles
Replacing your car's tires at 50,000 miles
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Have additional questions about how to maintain your Mazda at 50,000 miles? If so, please feel free to contact our team at Matt Castrucci Mazda! We’ll fill you in on all of the important details and answer any questions you may have. Drivers in need of scheduling a service appointment when their Mazda hits 50,000 miles can do so online or by calling our service department today!

One Response to “3 ways to maintain a Mazda at 50,000 miles”

  1. Allen Richard says:

    Regular preventive maintenance is probably the single thing you can do as a car owner to keep your ride happy and save money on repairs in the future. For getting smoother running of your vehicle it is important to do your car’s scheduled maintenance at a reputed car service station also follow some basic maintenance schedule such as service of fuel system of the vehicle every 50,000 miles by replacing damaged fuel filter and fuel cell cap. Tires, brakes, exhausted system must be inspected by a car professional regularly to get better result.

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