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Gear Up for Spring at Wellesley Mazda

At Wellesley Mazda, we know people across New England are ready for summer —but what about their car, truck or SUV? We encourage drivers from across greater-Boston to schedule a spring tune up at our Wellesley-based parts and service today to make sure their car is ready for all the summer travel ahead. From changing out winter tires to all-seasons, to changing the oil, refreshing fluids and switching out filters, spring is a great time to get your car the routine maintenance it needs to stay running efficient and reliable.

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The best minds in the business!

When you think about all the vehicles on the road and the different types there are, it can be mind-boggling to think of how much motor oil has to be made each year to keep them all going. If this isn't enough to get your head spinning, think also of all the different brands there are on the market. Add all of this up and you will realize just how much competition there is to make and sell the best motor oil.

Engineers, scientists and chemists all put their skills into making motor oil, finding ways of making it…

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A Blueprint to Success for Your Car!

Are you clueless when it comes to protecting and taking care of your car? Do you know where to find your car manual or service schedule? Looking for them in an emergency is not an ideal situation you want to be in at any stage in life. The blueprint to a long and healthy car life is found within the pages of your manual. This details your maintenance schedule for items such as oil changes, belt and hose changes, tire pressure and changes, and other valuable information.

Your local car dealership can help you plan out your service schedule so…

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Check engine light diagnostics at Wellesley Mazda offer peace of mind

An ominous glow pulls your gaze down to your dashboard--and, groans abound, your check engine light is on.

Don't panic--but do act. The check engine light is one of the few indicators on your dashboard that could mean a variety of things. While your tire pressure light only refers to air pressure, and your low gas light just means you need to fill up soon, the little glowing engine could be just an inconvenience... or a big problem.

Don't wait around to find out which.

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This one simple trick will keep your Mazda feeling like new for years

 

And no, it won't cost you three payments of $19.99 and show up on Target shelves in a few months.

It's actually oil changes.

Routine oil changes for your Mazda are the best way to extend the life of the entire engine, increase your fuel economy, prevent engine damage or corrosion, and even improve your ride quality.

Not sure why everyone makes such a big deal about some viscous fluid? Check out this quick video to see exactly what engine oil is responsible for--and how it's one of the most important parts of your car's…

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Treat your Mazda to a back-to-school cleaning in Wellesley


Back-to-school season is a fun time of year--especially for parents.

But if summer vacation took a harder toll on the interior of your car than you thought (gum on the floors, grass stains on the upholstery, and melted crayons in the seat cushions) than its time to treat your car to a spa day at Wellesley Mazda.

With great deals on auto service and car detailing, we can do the dirty work to get the sights, smells, and residual messes of summer out of your upholstery so you can welcome in fall the right way.

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Tips for smart road-trip sessions in your Mazda

Looking to get in one last big road trip before summer leaves us? The team at Wellesley Mazda put our heads together to collect some top tips for long-distance drives out of Massachusetts.


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Take breaks: just because you don't feel tired or distracted doesn't mean that you aren't; be sure to take a break every few hours or few hundred miles to get out of the car and walk around. Stretch your muscles, get your heart rate up with some jumping jacks, and grab a snack. If you feel tired after your break, it's time to…

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