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Mazda’s Approved Used Car Scheme Gives Benefits to New Customers

The Approved Used Car (AUC) scheme is to be relaunched by Mazda, the scheme offers customers a choice of three additional forms of cover to complement the original 12 months warranty package.

When a customer purchases a Mazda Approved Used Car, they can now select from Warranty & Roadside Assistance, Warranty and MOT Protection or Warranty and Key Cover (for damage to or loss of keys) – free of charge – as part of the renewed scheme.

The scheme has been developed with Allianz Global Assistance, and the new programme has brought fresh innovations to Japanese manufacturers nationwide Approved Used Car Scheme, and gives you more than the traditional benefits of most other used car schemes.

Michael Stewart, Used Car & Fleet Marketing Manager, Mazda UK comments “Allianz Global Assistance’s focus on innovation ensures that Mazda’s AUC offering remains fresh and competitive, bringing our customers the ultimate in value and choice. Our partnership with Allianz Global Assistance is essential to setting us apart from the competition, giving us an advantage in a tough marketplace.”

Also together with the new three-way choice of extra cover, Mazda’s Approved Used Car programme promises buyers complete peace of mind with features that include: 12 months unlimited mileage protection against breakdown and repair, 12 months Pan-European roadside assistance, ‘one call’ accident and theft assistance, use of a replacement vehicle, a 30-day exchange scheme and the promise that all repairs will be conducted by Mazda-trained technicians using only genuine Mazda parts.

The two companies have worked together over the last twelve years, and these latest developments mark the partnerships on-going commitment to developing cutting edge services that deliver genuine customer benefits.


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