5-Reasons why you should consider buying a Mazda in 2016

5-Reasons why you should consider buying a Mazda in 2016

Mazda is a Japanese brand with 86 years of experience in vehicle production. From hatchbacks, sedans, SUVs and even a pickup, you will find a vehicle of choice from their lineup that already won numerous awards here and overseas. However, there’s more to every vehicle that makes the Japanese brand standout from the competition.

Online and Tech Savvy Service

As highlighted in our first quarter data report, Mazda Philippines shined brightly as the brand with the best attention to online customer care on AutoDeal from January 1 to March 31, 2016. 

On average, Mazda dealers respond to online customer inquiries in a prompt and comprehensive nature. It makes the brand ideal for the new age of customers looking to connect online ahead of making a purchase. If you’re an OFW, you can connect with an official Mazda representative at the click of a button on AutoDeal.

YoJin3 Total Care

If you’re looking for peace of mind and worry-free buying then Mazda’s YoJin3 Total Care service package will be right up your alley. Derived from the Japanese word “Yojin” for “care”, the YoJin3 Total Care Package gives you 3 years free periodic maintenance, bumper-to-bumper coverage for 3 years or 100,000kms (whichever comes first), and 3 years of roadside assistance.


Mazda is a very lifestyle driven brand. Included in their YoJin 3 Total Care package is a 3-Year concierge service, which will help you with everything from dining and hotel referrals to business and courier services. There’s also golf course referral and flower delivery assistance should you need it.


Mazda’s SkyActiv technology is the brand’s effort to be more environment friendly. It aims for more power and fuel economy with less carbon emissions. The said innovation was responsible for giving Mazda the highest fuel efficiency rating by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. It achieved 11.94 km/l and 196.35 g/km CO2 emission in 2013, to 12.79 km/l and 183 g/km CO2 emission in 2015.

The same technology has also been applied to diesel, with their new Mazda 6 and CX-5 now available with a SkyActiv-D engine. Mazda claims that its low compression ratio allows it to emit cleaner exhaust by thoroughly mixing the diesel with air. The outcome is lower emission, higher combustion, and more power.


Mazda’s visuals would appeal to those who strive for individuality or uniqueness. Their design theme of Kodo – Soul of Motion, employs an unconventional aesthetic. It exudes harmony with its use of a wing-shaped front grille, sharp-looking headlights, and dynamic character lines.  

With its unique look, powerful performance, and extensive pre and after-sales support, Mazda makes it hard to resist owning one of their cars right now.

For more information on Mazda and its vehicles, visit the AutoDeal Car Guide.