MAZDA Car Payment Relief

For more than a century, Schwartz Mazda has met the ever-changing automotive needs of our customers in Shrewsbury and throughout the region. The COVID-19 pandemic has altered all of our lives in extraordinary ways. For some of our customers, the financial impact has been severe. Whether you cannot afford to make your Mazda car loan payment right now or you are stressing about the end of your Mazda lease approaching, we proudly offer several financial relief solutions that may benefit you at this time.

Chase Auto Loan Relief Options

Many Schwartz Mazda customers have financed their car or SUV purchase through Chase Auto. Currently, Chase Auto is tailoring loan relief solutions to fit the individual customer's needs. You can inquire about the possibilities that are available to you personally at this time by calling the Chase Auto customer service department.

Chase Lease Options

The flexible end-of-lease options may have been one of the reasons you decided to lease your Mazda rather than to buy it with a loan. If your Mazda's lease is ending within the next few months, you may not be ready to take advantage of any of the end-of-lease options. To request a 6-month extension on your lease, contact the Chase customer service department.


Should I Set Up a MAZDA Loan Deferment?

A deferment on your auto loan payment could be an option if you believe that your current hardship will be short-lived. Each of our customers at Schwartz Mazda has individual factors that must be taken into account before making a financial decision related to auto loan payments.

How Does a MAZDA Chase Loan Deferment Work?

If you set up an auto loan payment deferment with Chase Auto, your current loan term expiration date will be extended by six months. The payments that you would have made to Chase Auto during the next six months will be made at the end of the lease term. You will not pay a fee to set up the deferment, but interest charges will be assessed for an additional six months.

Will a MAZDA Loan Deferment Damage My Credit?

You can skip your car loan payments to Chase Auto only for the period that the lender has established. These skipped payments are not considered to be late, so they will not damage your credit rating. Other late payments made outside of the period can be reported to the credit bureaus.