What is Covered Under Mazda Wear and Tear Protection
Leasing a new Mazda is a great option for drivers who like to stay on top of the latest Mazda technologies and models. They are also great for those who prefer leasing over the financial responsibility that comes with fully purchasing a vehicle. Unfortunately, one thing that has plagued the leasing experience for some drivers has been excess wear and tear, which often incurs hefty fees when it comes time to turn in the vehicle at the end of the lease term. Thankfully, Mazda drivers can take advantage of what is covered under Mazda Wear and Tear Protection.
So then, what is covered under Mazda’s Wear and Tear Protection? The coverage includes the following on your leased vehicle:
- – windshield wiper blades –
- – headlight bulbs –
- – other interior/exterior bulbs –
- – belts and hoses –
- – brake pads –
- – the battery –
- – fuses –
- – fluid replacements –
- – diagnostics for covered repairs –
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That’s a lot of stuff right there, but there are even more benefits to having Mazda’s Wear and Tear Protection coverage. You can also get rental car coverage that will provide you with a rental vehicle should you have to leave your leased vehicle with our automotive professionals for an extended period of time. Mazda will cover the cost up to $35 each day for up to 10 days.
You’re also covered while away from home. When traveling more than 100 miles away from home, Mazda can reimburse you up to $100 each day or $500 per occurrence for interruptions that occur during your trip. The available plans include 36-month and 39-month terms.
There’s a lot of coverage there, so don’t hesitate to reach out to us at Mazda of Lodi with any questions you might have about what is covered under Mazda Wear and Tear Protection. Don’t forget to also check out new Mazda models available for leasing.
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