The cost of Mazda car repairs depends on many factors such as the car's year and model, as well as the location and the type of repair. Online tools such as RepairPal.com and NAPA AutoCare Center's Repair Estimator Guide help car owners estimate the cost of common car repairs.
Car owners input their car's information into the online tool, specify their ZIP code, and choose the type of repair from a menu of the most common repairs. The tool returns with an estimate, broken down into parts and labor. It also suggests nearby garages where customers can receive service.
For example, a 2014 Mazda CX-9 front brake pad replacement in Beverly Hills, California costs from $208 to $274. A fuel injector replacement costs $242 to $336, and a brake fluid flush costs from $91 to $114. Online tools issue disclaimers that their estimates should only be used as guides and that additional fees such as taxes, diagnostic fees and disposal fees may apply.