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Mazda service centre opens its doors to parallel imported cars

By JulesK on 31 Mar 2010

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In light of recent re-call issues faced by their fellow competitors, Mazda Motor Singapore is taking a step forward in protecting their brand as a whole. The car dealer has enlarged their tent to include Mazda Parallel Imports under their service wing. Singapore owners of parallel-imported Mazda vehicles in stock condition can now service and repair them at Mazda Service Centres at Alexandra and MacPherson.

Well, it doesn't end here.

With the service centre being equipped with Mazda Modular diagnostic system with direct technical support from Mazda Corporation in Japan, Parallel Imported owners can now give their cars the real Mazda treatment at the two service centres. Receiving bi-monthly technical data and updates from Mazda Corporation in Japan allows Mazda Motor Singapore to assist in ensuring preventative recommendations and corrective actions to be conscientiously observed to protect every Mazda's well-being

Additionally, the distributor also sends their workshop managers on special technical training organized by Mazda Corporation, Japan for each new model launched to guarantee detailed understanding of each of the entire model range.

Attached Image With the common misconception that servicing at a distributor tends to be more expensive than independent workshops, the distributor assures that in actuality, their maintenance packages are priced very competitively as compared to individual services at independent workshops. To provide owners with a better peace of mind, all repairs by Mazda Motor Singapore are warranted for 6 months or 6000 km*. This something you won’t get at an independent workshop.

To book a service appointment, please visit Mazda Singapore's website here or call 6395 8833 or 6603 6128. Alternatively, you can take your Mazda down to any of their service centres at 315 Alexandra Road or 1 Kampong Ampat (Off MacPherson Road).

*Whichever comes first. Warranty covers the specific repair work completed by Mazda Motor (S) Pte Ltd.

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Mustank Mar 31 2010 03:11 PM
great way to get more business scholar.gif thumbsup.gif
JulesK Mar 31 2010 05:05 PM
I couldn't agree more, indeed.
bellboy Apr 02 2010 02:45 PM
Good job by Mazda Motors!

As the saying goes, "if you can't beat them, join them!" Mazda motors is probably the fastest to react to the influx of parallel imported cars in Singapore.

Borneo and Kah Motors should follow their example.
D_bergkam Apr 02 2010 06:02 PM
There are very few workshops that knows how to repair/service rotary engines.
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