When was the last time you changed the air filter in your Mazda? Driving through rush hour traffic on the interstate or a dusty back road, the environment you drive in will affect the cleanliness of your air filter. The more dirt and debris that accumulates on your air filter will reduce air flow in your air conditioner which is a critical performance failure during the summer heat.
|This is the average filter after 9,500 on the road. Day and night difference, huh?|
Replacing your old air filter with the Mazda Cabin Air Filter will allow cool air flow that will trap allergens like dust, mold and pollens. You are guaranteed fresher, cleaner and healthier air. Mazda recommends that you have your air filter checked by a Certified Mazda Specialist every 12,000 miles or year, whichever comes first. For more about Mazda Cabin Air Filters and more, visit SportMazdaOrlando.com.