This disclosure supplements our full privacy policy, available here. Mazda is committed to the protection of your personal information (“PI”) and we want you to understand your rights under the law.

Residents of Colorado, Connecticut, Utah, and Virginia have the following rights related to their PI under their respective state law:

Right to opt out of sales of PI. We do not sell PI for money.

Right to opt out of targeted advertising.

Right to opt out of profiling that has legal or similarly significant effects. We do not engage in such profiling.

Right to request deletion of your PI, subject to certain PI required or permitted to be retained by law.

Right to confirm whether we are processing your PI and to access such PI.

Right to correct inaccurate PI.

Right to appeal a denial of your above requests.


If you would like to confirm if we are processing your PI and access such PI, please click here.

To request the deletion of your information, please click here.

To opt-out of sale of your PI and targeted advertising, please click here: Do Not Sell or Share My Personal Information. You can also register a request to opt-out by broadcasting the Global Privacy Control (“GPC”) signal. If you are primarily interested in controlling how we collect information about you while you are using our website, please look for the Manage Cookie Preferences link on the bottom of our homepage to change your preferences. As we may not be able to link your browser activities with other information we collect about you (e.g. information provided to us by a Mazda authorized dealer), we encourage you to submit a Do Not Sell Or Share request along with managing your Cookie Preferences or using the GPC signal.

To correct inaccurate PI, please click here.

You can also call Mazda Customer Service at 1 (844) 931-1678 with any of the above requests.

For your protection, for requests to access, delete, and correct, we will ask for your name, email address, and phone number so that we can verify your identity or, if you have authorized agent to exercise these rights on your behalf, we may ask for reasonable evidence of their authority, such as copy of a written authorization. We may ask for additional information if we are unable to verify your identity.

Click here for an explanation of our privacy practices.

To appeal a decision we have made to deny a request you have submitted, please follow the instructions we include in our responsive communications.

This Privacy Policy was last updated on November 17, 2023.