Mazda’s global sales may not be that of the likes of Honda or Toyota, but they still sell more than one million vehicles each year, with many of them being built in plants all over the world. This is a far cry for when the company begun, which was back in 1920, although under a different name.
It was not until 1984 when the name Mazda was used although they did release vehicles long before that, such as R360 in 1960. Things have not always gone the way Mazda would have hoped, and so had to call upon the help of Ford to inject some much needed money into the company.
Thankfully, the carmaker is now in a much better position and producing some great cars today in the UK, such as the Mazda2, Mazda3, Mazda3, Mazda6, Mazda MX-5, CX-5 and the CX-3.
While there have been several Mazda recalls towards the end of last year, most of which were for faulty airbags, the good news is that most of these were for the U.S. and so never really affected owners in the UK.
That is not to say they are not without their issues, which we are sure you would like to share with the readers below.
Mazda UK issues up to February 2017You will find Mazda car recalls insight in 2017 below, thanks to owner reports.
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News on Mazda Car Recalls for the United Kingdom
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