Bermaz Motor has introduced a new extended service maintenance programme for Mazda vehicles, tailored for selected models with an existing three-year free service maintenance plan. The new programme will provide an additional four services at 10,000 km or 6-month intervals, for a period of two years (fourth and fifth year).

The programme will cover all safety checks, service, and maintenance work which are carried out at predetermined intervals, including all works stipulated in the owner’s manual, replacement of engine oil, oil filter, gasket, and other parts requiring scheduled replacements – refer to the FAQ here for the complete list.

Models eligible for the new plan include the Mazda2, Mazda3, Mazda6, MX-5, CX-3, CX-5, CX-9, Mazda5, and Biante registered between 2016 and 2018, still within the three-year Free Service Maintenance package, or are not yet due for their first fourth-year scheduled service.

Once purchased, the extended service maintenance programme will automatically be in effect as soon as the original three-year plan expires.

The service maintenance extension programme is priced between RM2,200 to RM3,800, depending on model. The full breakdown of pricing is available in the table below. Benefits from the Mazda extended service maintenance programme is transferrable to the new owner if the vehicle is sold.

Last year, Bermaz Motor revised its free maintenance package for All new Mazda vehicles (aside from the BT-50 pick-up truck) to a five-year/100,000 km free scheduled maintenance package as standard. The change is applicable for vehicles registered after 1 January 2019. Previously, Mazda vehicles were entitled to a three-year/60,000 km free scheduled service offering.


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