Contact Mazda Through Social Media, Website & App

How to contact Mazda through social media? Message Mazda through social media websites like Facebook or Twitter and also through Website and App.

Use above link to launch social media support
Chat Hours : Mon to Fri: 8:30 am-5:00 pm / Sat-Sun: Closed

If you have a problem of service, a small issue with a Mazda device, or are having trouble making a purchase or technical issue, try using social media to contact Mazda australia. Go to the official Mazda Facebook or Twitter, and click on the “message” button. Compose a short message that briefly explains your issue, and wait to hear back from their representative.

Mazda Live Chat Support Statistics

Mazda Facebook Link
Mazda Twitter Link
Contact Department Mazda Customer Service
Customer service hours Mon to Fri: 8:30 am-5:00 pm / Sat-Sun: Closed
Is Call-back available No
Normal response time Within an Hour
Alternate methods phoneemailweb
Quality of help 80%
Best phone number +61 1800 034 411

Contacting Mazda by Social media or otherwise

Even though Mazda Social media Support is great, you will find 5 complete ways of getting in contact with them. Apart from social media, the upcoming favorite alternative for customers searching for assistance is through Phone number support for Mazda Australia. You can reach Mazda customer support by calling +61 1800 034 411 number directly.  If you feel this information is wrong or know of other ways to get Mazda, please let us know so we can discuss with other consumers.

Contact Mazda through website & app

Customers can also get support from Mazda Website and Application. In website, there are many options available for customer service. According to Mazda, over millions of Australians using My Mazda app. Here are the links of website & apps for you.

Website :

Android App : Download here

IOS App : Download here


How do I complain to Mazda Australia?
If you have any concerns presenting your vehicle to a Mazda Dealer, please contact our Customer Centre on 1800 034 411.

Where is Mazda Australia located?
Located in Melbourne, Mazda Australia’s head office employs over 250 staff and is supported by a further staff across the state office and has 138 Dealerships nationally. We aim to celebrate the pure pleasure of driving, it’s the feeling we call ‘Zoom-Zoom’.

How do I complain about a car dealership in Australia?
The Motor Ombudsman is a certified Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) provider who can assist with resolving disputes that arise between consumers and Code-accredited businesses.

What is the controversy with Mazda?
Two Mazda models recalled amid fears faulty wire could cause serious harm or death. Two popular car models have been recalled amid fears a wiring issue could cause serious harm or death. An airbag inflator that is the focus of a controversial car recall in America could also be used in Australian vehicles.

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Mazda Customer Reviews

Average rating:  
 4 reviews
 by lan on Mazda Australia

Never tried to push a particular model on me, was instead interested in meeting my requirements and always listened. Highly recommended.

 by Ricky Smyth on Mazda Australia

My wife and I have had a long standing relationship with the Mazda family / brand for over 16 years with Southport Mazda (three Mazda 3 vehicles and two MX5’s) however we have decided to cease our relationship with the Southport Mazda Service department.

My wife Kim and I were fortunate enough to meet Mr Mark Morris at Southport Mazda Servicing department following the purchase of a Mazda 3 from Mr Kym Beasley. Life is about relationships, whether personal or professional, and I would subscribe to the idea that when a customer feels welcomed, cared about, connected and the relationship is trusted, loyalty and commitment is a given. This has been our experience and my wife and I felt part of the Southport Mazda service family over the 16 year period, always being met with warmth, friendship, professionalism and huge levels of trust. We were disappointed to find out that after a lengthy relationship with Mark, that he had left the Southport Mazda Service department. While we sort to continue using Southport Mazda Service department following Mark's departure, we no longer feel the warmth and connectedness previously shown. We feel we are essentially, just another customer now - no relationship exists. As an example, e-mail correspondence recently sent remained unanswered and we have decided to now cease the relationship with Southport Mazda Service department, despite the long term association.

Though my wife and I remain impressed and loyal to the Mazda brand of vehicles, and the pleasure that comes from driving / owning them, we have sort to utilise another service department for future service and maintenance needs. Following using the Mazda Robina Service department, and meeting Service Assistants Sheryn and Jeremy and being afforded prompt, warm, friendly and engaging service, it is likely we will continue our Mazda relationship at this facility. In a world where competitiveness between businesses for customer service seems so strong, great service for customers is arguably what creates loyalty and an on going clientele.

Ricky Smyth

 by Renee Dando on Mazda Australia

ZERO stars from me. Predominantly because I simply cannot even get anyone to SELL me a car. On COUNTLESS occasions over the past 4 weeks,, my partner and I have visited your Southport location, knowing EXACTLY which car and specs I would like, but nobody seems to be available. On MORE than one occasion, we have left full contact details, asking for a call regarding drive-away price and finance - yet I remain without a car (or even an idea that I will ever eventually GET one).

Today is the day I give up, Mazda. My god, I just LOVE your CX30, but not enough to BEG for one.