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Recall roundup: Mazda for Takata airbag issues in Mexico


The Japanese automaker Mazda has ordered its Mexican unit to call back in service about 2,800 vehicles in order to verify if the Takata-produced airbags fitted inside show any signs of defects. This just the second such recall in Mexico in as many weeks linked to the growing auto safety crisis concerning the airbags manufactured by Japanese auto safety supplier Takata ...
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Recall roundup: New-gen Mazda6
The new generation of the Mazda6 is the subject of a recall in the United States because of the faulty tire pressure monitoring software. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has ...
L.A. Auto Show: 2016 Mazda6
The Japanese automaker has introduced during the 2014 edition of the Los Angeles Auto Show the mildly refreshed 2016 model year Mazda6. The mid-size model has been treated to some tweaks ...
Recall roundup: Faulty Takata inflators affecting Mazda6 and RX-8 vehicles
Mazda has officially announced a series of recalls for its vehicles because of the faulty Takata airbag inflators, which are affecting the Mazda6 and the RX-8. The North American division of ...
Australia: New Mazda6 recall
Another recall is affecting the Mazda6, the second one this year, as a total of 9,000 units will be taken back to the dealers because of a system malfunction which ...
Recall roundup: Mazda6 for fuel tank problems
Mazda has recently announced a recall for the Mazda6 models because of a problem with their fuel tanks. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, more than 42,000 units of ...
Recall roundup: Mazda6
Mazda Motor Corporation is recalling 161,400 Mazda6 sedans in the United States over defective door latches. The problem affects models built before Aug. 24, 2012, for the 2009-2013 model years. The ...
Mazda begins trials on public roads of its Advanced Safety Vehicle ASV-5
Mazda Motor Corporation will begin testing its advanced safety vehicle, the Mazda Atenza (Mazda6) ASV-5, on public roads from September 2013. The vehicle will be used to test a driving safety ...
Euro NCAP: New-gen Mazda6 scores 5 stars
The new generation of the Mazda6 has recently scored a 5-star safety rating during the crash tests conducted by Euro NCAP. According to the safety specialists from the Old Continent, the ...
Mazda has “speedy” assembly line in Hofu plant
The "mother plant" in Hofu is 31 years old but is now rolling off the line the new Mazda6 sedan at an industry-leading rate of one every 54 seconds. Against industry ...

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