MyMazda app now available for your mobile
Mazda launched its MyMazda smartphone app to keep owners abreast of their vehicle’s maintenance schedule, review their car’s service history and even request roadside assistance (not that Mazdas breakdown very often).
The new app is available free of charge to all customers and is linked to the Japanese firm’s Digital Service Records, a system that records all service events for Mazda cars on a central database.
Mazda Motors UK Aftersales Director David Wilson-Green explained: “The new app is another opportunity for us to demonstrate our excellent customer service. It is easy to register and simple to use, providing key facts about an owner’s vehicle at the touch of a button.”
The intelligent piece of software can call up your car’s service history and take into account your driving patterns, reminding you when to book your next scheduled service.
It also has the facility for owners to edit their personal and vehicle details to help keep their own DSR record fully up-to-date and make the process of booking routine maintenance a smooth and easy procedure.
“If a Mazda owner is away from home and wants to visit another Mazda dealership, the app will direct them to the nearest location. In an emergency, it will even allow them to request roadside assistance, too” added Wilson-Green.
The MyMazda app is available on iPhone and Android-equipped handsets available from the iTunes store or the Google Play store.
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