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Mazda Car Servicing - Mazda Garage - Mazda Mechanic

Here at Valley Car servicing we offer a quality, professional service from local friendly and experienced car mechanics.

Our Prices

Model Details Interim Service A
(Inc. VAT)
Full Service B
(Inc. VAT)
121 ALL £111.00 £156.00
2 ALL £124.00 £172.00
3 ALL £124.00 £172.00
5 ALL £124.00 £172.00
6 ALL £151.00 £250.00
929 ALL £131.00 £190.00
DEMIO ALL £111.00 £156.00
MPV ALL £134.00 £204.00
MX3 ALL £126.00 £185.00
MX5 ALL £126.00 £185.00
MX6 ALL £126.00 £185.00
PREMACY ALL £126.00 £185.00
RX7 ALL £126.00 £185.00
RX8 ALL £126.00 £185.00
TRIBUTE ALL £126.00 £185.00
XEDOS ALL £109.00 £152.00

Add an MOT for just £49

Our Mazda Service

As a local fully fitted professional garage, we pride ourselves on offering our clients the highest possible level of customer satisfaction.

Our service includes free collection and delivery of your Mazda at your chosen time and place.

Our experienced and fully qualified mechanics check all cars from top to bottom to make sure the entire car is mechanically sound in every way.  

Free valet.

On completion of services your Mazda service book will be stamped and kept fully compliant with your car's warranty


On average our customers save around 60% on main Mazda dealer prices with the same or better level of service, not forgetting the convenience of not needing to take your car into a Mazda garage.


All of our Mazda parts come with a full 12 months parts and labour warranty for the same peace of mind you would expect from any Mazda main dealer  

Our costs

Our Mazda service prices are exactly as stated in the above chart with no hidden charges or extras. All other work is done on quotation and clients are made fully aware of the exact price before work is carried out on their vehicle. 

To book or enquire about our Mazda service please call our friendly staff
Tel: 01737 372 780


The History of Mazda

Mazda Motor Corporation) Mazda is  based in Fuchū, Aki District, Hiroshima Prefecture, Japan.

During 2007, Mazda produced almost 1.3 million vehicles for global sales. The majority of these (nearly 1 million) were produced in the company's  Mazda Japanese plants, with the remainder of Mazda coming from a variety of other Mazda plants worldwide.

Mazda's headquarters in Fuchū, Aki District
Mazda began as the Toyo Cork Kogyo Co., Ltd, founded in Japan in 1920. Toyo Cork Kogyo renamed itself to Toyo Kogyo Co., Ltd. in 1927. Toyo Kogyo moved from manufacturing machine tools to vehicles, with the introduction of the Mazda-Go in 1931. Toyo Kogyo produced weapons for the Japanese military throughout the Second World War, most notably the series 30 through 35 Type 99 rifle. The company formally adopted the Mazda name in 1984, though every automobile sold from the beginning bore that name. The Mazda R360 was introduced in 1960, followed by the Mazda Carol in 1962.


Mazda Cosmo Sport
Beginning in the 1960s, Mazda put a major engineering effort into development of the Wankel rotary engine as a way of differentiating themselves from other Japanese auto companies. Beginning with the limited-production Cosmo Sport of 1967 and continuing to the present day with the RX-8, Mazda has become the sole manufacturer of Wankel-type engines mainly by way of attrition (NSU and Citroën both gave up on the design during the 1970s, and prototype efforts by General Motors never made it to production).

This effort to bring attention to themselves apparently helped, as Mazda rapidly began to export its vehicles. Both piston-powered and rotary-powered models made their way around the world. The rotary models quickly became popular for their combination of good power and light weight when compared to piston-engined competitors that required a heavy V6 or V8 engine to produce the same power. The R100 and the famed RX series (RX-2, RX-3, and RX-4) led the company's export efforts.

During 1970, Mazda formally entered the North American market (Mazda North American Operations) and was very successful there, going so far as to create the Mazda Rotary Pickup (based on the conventional piston-powered B-Series model) solely for North American buyers. To this day, Mazda remains the only automaker to have produced a Wankel-powered pickup truck. Additionally, they are also the only marque to have ever offered a rotary-powered bus (the Mazda Parkway, offered only in Japan) or station wagon (within the RX-3 line).

Mazda's rotary success continued until the onset of the 1973 oil crisis. As American buyers (as well as those in other nations) quickly turned to vehicles with better fuel efficiency, the relatively thirsty rotary-powered models began to fall out of favour. Wisely, the company had not totally turned its back on piston engines, as they continued to produce a variety of four-cylinder models throughout the 1970s. The smaller Familiar line in particular became very important to Mazda's worldwide sales after 1973, as did the somewhat larger Capella series.


Mazda Car Servicing - Mazda Garage - Servicing Mazda - Mazda Mechanic