Mazda repair centres 'best in the UK'
Mazda repairs are the best in the country after its panel welding, joining and repair training programme was the only of its kind to win an award this week.
Mazda' Academy Training programme was the only one from a car maker to be awarded the Quality Assured Award (QAA) at the Institute of Motor Industry (IMI) Awards.
This means Mazda engineers have the best training in the industry and as a result any damaged Mazda cars are likely to be fixed by some of the UK's top engineers.
David Wilson-Green, Aftersales Director, said the award would mean customers are the 'ultimate beneficiaries' because of the improvement to Mazda accident repair centres.
He said: "The award means that customers know they are receiving the highest standard of quality from Mazda's approved accident repair network."
Mazda has a wide range of cars on sale in the UK including the Mazda2 supermini and the Mazda3 hatchback.
One of the most popular Mazda cars is the Mazda MX-5, the world's best-selling two-seat sports car famous for its lightweight build and handling ability.
The Mazda range also includes the new Mazda5 people carrier and the large Mazda CX-7 SUV.
The Mazda range of cars will be expanded in 2012 with the introduction of the Mazda CX-5, a compact SUV crossover.
The Mazda CX-5 is the first model to use the new Skyactiv technology, a name given to a new set of lightweight materials and improvements to the engine and transmission options to make them more efficient.
The Mazda CX-5 will go on sale in the UK towards the beginning of 2012 and prices will be revealed closer to the launch date.