Mazda Lawsuit News
Mazda is among a group of four automakers that have reached an agreement to resolve multi-district litigation related to Takata airbags-seat-belts. The group also includes BMW, Subaru, and Toyota.
One of the goals of the agreement is to boo … continue reading
Mazda's 2016 "Grand Touring" package is a ~$1500 technology upgrade that was advertised as having auto dimming mirrors, rain sensing wipers, and an integrated navigation system with "live traffic" alerts to help drivers … continue reading
Mazda's motion to dismiss a Mazda3 clutch lawsuit was denied, which means the case will move forward in court. Mazda did score some victories, however, when the judge agreed:
The plaintiffs will need to amend their complaints to show a com … continue reading
After years of clutch complaints with little help, Mazda owners in California have filed a lawsuit. … continue reading
A judge has thrown out a VVT lawsuit for Mazdas with L-Series engines. Owners wish they could just throw their engines out too. … continue reading
Well, that didn't take long. Just a couple months after a VVT lawsuit was filed in court, Mazda has filed a motion to dismiss the case. Their reason?
"Mazda says the extended warranty notice is clear that “if the noise is caused by po … continue reading
Mama always said "don't look directly at a Mazda dashboard" ... or was that the sun? Same difference according to a recent lawsuit that says:
Mazda dashboards are highly reflective; it's like trying to drive through a disco ball … continue reading
It was only a matter of time before defective variable valve timing (VVT) assemblies in L-series engines sparked a class-action lawsuit against Mazda. … continue reading
The 2010-2011 Mazda CX-9 was investigated by NHTSA earlier this year for brakes that weren't doing a great job at, well ... braking. Some owners even said the brake pedal would hiss when you stepped on it, kind of like my cat -- I don't thi … continue reading
Let's face it, car problems are annoying. Have you ever slammed the car door out of frustration? I certainly have. And while it seemed like a good idea at the time, it solved exactly zero issues.
But you know what could actually get somethi … continue reading