Spiders prompt second Mazda recall

The Mazda company has brought into the notice of federal officials that it is recalling almost 42,000 Mazda6 sedans from Monday. The company has said that there is an issue of fire and we have intimated to all vehicle owners to send their vehicles back to the company. The spokesman of the company said that “we are recalling models from 2010 to 2012 and this issue has occurred second time in the last three years”.

Jeremy Barnes the spokesman of Mazda said that “there may be air blockage issue in the tank which results in cracks and possible fire”. He further said that we are not aware of any dues pertaining to this issue and we have not received any claim so far.

It goes without saying that Mazda had designed its cars with regard to preventing the spiders but sometimes they find their way to get into the tank. Barnes said that “Mazda has started installing springs in the cars but software is yet to be installed”.  He said that we made the decision of recalling after receiving 9 complains about tank cracks and we have assured our customers that their all grievances shall be addressed.

Last but not the least, he said in his press conference that customers are requested to bring their vehicles to the dealers after beginning of this month and we would try our best to resolve their issue at short notice.


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