Used Mazda Glove Box Lid Doors

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About Glove Box Lid Doors

The Mazda glove box lid is a useful cover which conceals and protects items placed in the glove box.

The Mazda glove box lid door can be found covering the front opening to the glove box, which is more often than not situated on the dashboard in front of the front passenger seat.

The driver or passenger sitting in the front seat of the car, can access items placed in the glove box with ease, by opening the Mazda glove box lid. The Mazda glove box will be easily accessible and have a user friendly mechanism. The Mazda glove box lid can be locked to increase the security of items left in the glove box.

Glove box lids come in a variety of designs, materials and styles, some with features such as cup holders or a molded space on the outside of the lid to keep small items and change close to hand.

Over time and continued use the mechanism on the Mazda glove box lid can fail and the glove box lid will need replacing.  It is important to make sure that you replace the glove box lid with the exact Mazda glove box lid that matches the make and model of your car, so that it not only fits correctly but compliments the overall design and colour scheme of the car interior.

Mazda trivia

  • The 1975 Mazda Roadpacer came with a unique (at the time) anti-hijacking feature. When driving at more than 10mph, the car automatically performed central locking on all of the doors. It also got 9mpg, but it's the central locking that stands out.
  • The fastest RX-7 in the world is the Racing Beat Bonneville. It was clocked at 242mph, and with a modified 13G lump, it was expected to get up to 300mph.
  • The small, lightweight RX-3 caused a huge uproar in the '70s when it won the Japanese Grand Prix touring car category. The reason for the shock was that it beat the Skyline GT-R!
  • Cars can take many years to move from concept to rolling off the production line, but the CX-3 crossover SUV was taken from inception to completion in just 13 months!
  • The attempt by Mazda to make a fast electric car was very successful. The Mazda RX-7 was built in 1979 and could reach an impressive 111.8mph.