New online resources including a facility locator make it easy for vehicle owners to find auto body shops that meet Mazda’s high standards for proper and safe repair.
The Mazda Collision Network offers participating U.S. Mazda dealerships, MSOs and independent repair facilities the opportunity to enhance customer loyalty, improve workflow efficiency and attract new business.
Mazda’s i-ACTIVSENSE, an umbrella term covering a series of advanced safety technologies developed in line with Mazda Proactive Safety, makes use of a variety of detection devices.
OEConnection LLC (OEC) announced it will provide Mazda North American Operations with RepairLink, a mechanical parts sourcing technology.
CCC Information Services Inc. (CCC) has announced that it is working with Mazda North American Operations (MNAO) to address vehicle safety, creating a new method for the automaker to identify recalled vehicles and help collision repairers notify affected vehicle owners so that necessary, safety-related repairs can be made.
Mazda reported March U.S. sales of 33,302 vehicles, a 36-percent increase over March 2017.
Mitchell now has integrated VIN-specific recall notices into its estimating systems, providing real-time recall data directly from the manufacturer when the VIN is decoded.
As part of a newly inked alliance, Toyota and Mazda said they will “explore establishing a joint-venture plant” in the United States.
Through a parts marketing program powered exclusively through CollisionLink, 165 Canadian Mazda dealers will now be able to offer competitive pricing on eligible OE parts against non-OE parts.