Over TWO Million Cars Have Been Recalled By One MANUFACTURER
Mazda is recalling more than 2 million of its vehicles worldwide after they found issues that could arise from fault rear gates and computer problems associated with some diesel engines.
Two models in particular, the Mazda 3 sedan and the CX-3 compact SUV, both could have rear gates susceptible to corrosion and perhaps breakage with exposure to call.
Mazda announced Monday that it would also be recalling nearly 200,000 of its CX-7 SUV models because of a steering control flaw that could potentially be dangerous, including the chance of ball joint fittings being corroded from salt during the winter months, the Associated Press reported.
The company has said that anybody with a vehicle of interest, they will receive a letter stating what to do with their car.