Does a Mazda warranty cover tires?

If I have issues with my tires after buying a Mazda, will that be covered by my Mazda warranty? I want to bring my car in but I also know that new tires can be really expensive.

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Answer provided by
Liz Jenson
Answered on Jul 26, 2022
The short answer is no, your Mazda warranty won’t cover your tires. Don’t worry, though! Your tires could still be under warranty from your tire manufacturer.
Tires are typically covered by the tire manufacturer rather than the car manufacturer, so this is a pretty normal arrangement. This means that most Mazda dealers can still help you with your tires since they deal in the same types of tires on their vehicles. You’ll just need to check your tire warranty to make sure it’s still good.
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