Japanese car manufacturer Mazda will recall 11,449 imported automobiles in China due to faulty lower control arm parts, the nation’s high quality watchdog stated last week. The recalls will include CX-7 automobiles manufactured between October 1, 2009, and August 1, 2012, and CX-9 designs made in between November 19, 2012, and December 24, 2013, according to a declaration from the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine.
The CX-7 recall will start from December 12 while CX-9 SUVs are going to be recalled from April 14 next year, according to state-run Xinhua news agency. The models in concern might have troublesome lower control arms.
Mazda Motor Corporation, headquartered in Hiroshima, guaranteed to change the faulty parts free of charge, according to the statement.
International and Chinese car manufacturers recalled a record 8.8 million defective vehicles in the first half of the year, more than double the very same period in 2015.