Some of the issues Mazda owners have complained about include engine problems, stalling, steering issues and electrical system failure. Typically a problematic vehicle isn’t labeled a lemon unless problems are unfixable, at least four attempts to repair them are made or there are repeated trips to the dealership for safety issues. A vehicle that spends at least 30 days in the shop may also be labeled a lemon under rules set by the California Lemon Law.
Indeed, Mazda is no different than most other automobile manufacturers. They put out a new batch of cars every year and most of them are going to be perfectly fine, but there are always going to be a few lemons in the new crop.
The current 2016-2017 Mazda models available to consumers are:
- Mazda 3
- Mazda 5
- Mazda 6
- Mazda CX-3
- Mazda CX-5
- Mazda CX-9
- Mazda MX-5 Miata
- Mazda MX-5 Miata RF
So what do you do if you are having continuous issues with a Mazda? If you vehicle is still under warranty, the California Lemon Law may be on your side. First of all, under California lemon laws you have a right to hire an attorney to help you pursue a claim against the manufacturer and it’s the car manufacturer that pays the attorney fees — not you!
Johnson Attorneys Group has helped clients with the following problems.
- Fuel vents clog with spider webs
- Heated seats defective (Mazda
- Electrical problems
- Various equipment problems
- Engine cooling problem
- Timing chain problems
Some of the models that have experienced these (above) problems are: Mazda 6, Mazda 5, Mazda CX-9 Crossover, Mazda 3, Mazda 5 minivans, Mazda CX-7, Mazdaspeed 3, Mazda RX-8.
If you have had repeated problems with your Mazda and you want to know your legal rights or consider filing a claim, contact Johnson Attorneys Group at 800-235-6801 to speak with a qualified lemon law attorney. There are no fees paid by you the client because the LEMON LAW puts that burden on the manufacturer. You may qualify for a full refund, compensation, a replacement or a buy back.