Mazda Australia announces a five-year, unlimited kilometre warranty across its range from August 1.

AFTER saying that it had no intention of changing its warranty stance as recently as the launch of the updated Mazda6, Mazda Australia has announced today that it’s switching to a five-year, unlimited kilometre warranty. The new warranty is a good move by the Japanese car maker and brings it into line with other recent warranty updates by Ford and Holden.

However, the new warranty will only apply to vehicles sold from today (August 1) meaning that if you purcahsed a new Mazda yesterday you’ll be stuck with a three-year warranty.

Managing Director of Mazda Australia, Vinesh Bhindi, said: “The new warranty will give customers another reason to choose Mazda, bolstering confidence in our already solid reputation for quality, hard-wearing cars”.

Previously, the BT-50 had been covered by a limited kilometre warranty. Practical Motoring is seeking clarification that the new warranty details also include the BT-50.


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