Unlimited Mileage Warranty Is a Sweet Deal from Mazda Canada

We all know that Japanese automakers really like to differentiate their way of doing cars from the rest of the world through one thing - reliability. But Mazda Canada is now pushing the reliability and ownership envelope with their most recent announcement.
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As unbelievable as it may sound, Mazda Canada is now boasting with an Unlimited Mileage Warranty. Simply put, such a trick eliminates any mileage limitations under factory warranty, allowing owners to drive as much and as far as they want. Still, the Japanese manufacturer isn’t the first at it.

Some of you might know that Hyundai and Kia already offer infinite mile warranties. In addition to the South Korean carmakers, even Tesla announced in August that the Model S is now covered by an infinite mile warranty stretched over eight years’ time. All in all, such solutions offer us with a glimpse of hope and peace of mind on the hopelessly complicated vehicles of today and of the near future.

Mazda Canada highlights that all cars from the 2015 model year that are either bought or leased will benefit from this very special treatment. Unlimited Mileage Warranty covers 3 years of road assistance, 3 years for all defective parts, 5 years for powertrain failures and 7 years for sheet metal perforations.

The only aspect that’s not unlimitedly covered is the 8-year / 128,000-km (79,535-mile) emissions defect warranty. "Mazda's focus is on long-term customer satisfaction. By offering our customers an Unlimited Mileage Warranty, we believe it will enhance their ownership experience by alleviating concerns such as kilometer limitations, repair costs and resale value." added Kory Koreeda, president of Mazda Canada.

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About the author: Mircea Panait
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After a 1:43 scale model of a Ferrari 250 GTO sparked Mircea's interest for cars when he was a kid, an early internship at Top Gear sealed his career path. He's most interested in muscle cars and American trucks, but he takes a passing interest in quirky kei cars as well.
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