Around 35,000 Mazda3 hatchbacks and sedans faced an emergency braking system recall beginning last month.
Mazda Motor Corporation issued a safety hazard recall for their 2019 and 2020 model hatchbacks and sedans due to unexpected braking problems. More than 35,000 of these vehicles suffered from automatic emergency braking system dilemmas that could potentially lead to accidental collisions.
Mazda officials have reported that no one has been seriously injured as of yet due to the brake failures. On the other hand, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has evidence of a collision as well as an injury due to the recall issues.
Consumers of this car brand and model should be on the lookout for warning alarms or messages displayed behind the steering wheel. The easiest solution to this problem is for Mazda manufacturers to update the AEB software systems.
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