Mazda CX-5 with Engine Troubles

2019 Mazda CX-5 Owners’ Nightmares: Engine Problems and Unexplained Acceleration – Consult Our Lemon Law Attorneys Now!

Discover the unsettling engine problems that have plagued 2019 Mazda CX-5 owners, alongside concerning reports of unexplained acceleration.

In this article, we delve into real-life complaints from consumers, highlighting the urgency of addressing these issues. If you are facing similar problems, don’t hesitate to consult our lemon law attorneys for a free case evaluation today.

 

Troubling Engine Complaint from Edmunds Review

One owner reported a nightmarish experience with their 2019 Mazda CX-5 Grand Touring. They said,

“We own the 2019 CX-5 Grand Touring. Took vehicle in for exhaust odor when stopped. The vehicle with only 20k miles was at the dealer for 7 weeks for a cylinder head leak and parts were not available. After removing the engine, they determined lifters were needed as well. Again only 20k miles.”

 

Alarming NHTSA Complaints about Engine Issues

The NHTSA received several alarming complaints related to engine problems in the 2019 Mazda CX-5. One owner from Stamford, CT (NHTSA ID Number: 11536164) stated,

“Purchase a new 2019 CX5 at Riley Mazda Stamford. After 3 years and with 88k miles, the head gasket cylinder gasket needs a replacement for $4500. While searching, I read the same complaints from 2019 CX5 owners about head gasket blownout.”

Another complaint from Grand Rapids, MI (NHTSA ID Number: 11534670) reported,

“Crack in Cylinder Head at only 67,000 miles, leaking fuel into exhaust system, causing smoke while driving.”

 

Disturbing Owner Comments on Carcomplaints.com

On Carcomplaints.com, multiple Mazda CX-5 owners expressed their frustrations with engine problems. One owner (Charles M. from Fort Worth, US) shared their experiences, saying,

“The auto was halting in traffic, lights flashing, Malfunction lights illuminated, car shaking and losing power, noise from wheels.”

Another owner (Gail B. from North Haledon, US) mentioned,

“Trying to get Mazda to approve retrieving the EDR data. Insurance company stated that they would pay for the test. It has been a month and Mazda will not approve this test.”

 

Consult Our Lemon Law Attorneys for a Free Case Evaluation

If your 2019 Mazda CX-5 is facing engine problems or unexplained acceleration, it’s crucial to protect your rights as a consumer. Consult our experienced lemon law attorneys for a free case evaluation. Don’t let these issues persist; take action now to ensure Mazda addresses the problems with your vehicle promptly and effectively.

 

Don’t wait for your engine problems to escalate! Consult our lemon law attorneys today for a free case evaluation. Call at (973) 598-1980 for free consultation. We’re here to protect your rights and secure the resolution you deserve!

 


Sources:

  • 2019 Mazda CX-5 – Consumer review | Edmunds
  • 2019 Mazda CX-5 – Complaints | NHTSA
  • 2019 Mazda CX-5 – Owner comments | com

 

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Mazda Subframe Corrosion

 

Mazda6 subframe failures will be investigated by the government after 2009-2010 Mazda owners continue to complain about corrosion problems that affect the subframes.  The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has received 20 complaints about subframe failures that caused drivers trouble when trying to keep the cars under control. Two of those corroded subframe complaints came from 2009 Mazda6 drivers.

“Purchased this car in 2014 used. I didn’t notice it until I drove it off the lot. Well used vehicles come with no warranty as is. Yay me.”  “This is of great concern and could be very expensive to repair. May have to sell the car which, otherwise, is in very good condition.” The owner of a 2010 Mazda6 said they finally figured out why they couldn’t control the car. “On Wednesday, May 24th the sub-frame of this car broke while my daughter was driving it. We did not know at the time that it was the subframe. All we knew was that there was no control of the car as it was being driven. The owner went on to say the repair facility was surprised the subframe broke on an 8-year-old car that had been well maintained.

Source: www.carcomplaints.com

 

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