Mazda Recalls 10,000 Cars In China
According to China's quality watchdog, Mazda is to recall more than 10,000 cars in China due to steering problems.
The State Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine has issued a statement saying that FAW Mazda Motor Sales Company — a joint venture between Japanese auto maker Mazda Motor Corporation and China's FAW Group — has announced that it would recall 10,691 imported Mazda cars in mainland China.
The recall, which started on August 13, 2010, is reported to involve 3,405 Mazda3 cars and 7,286 Mazda5 cars, which were manufactured between April 1, 2007 and November 30, 2008.
The statement said that the recall is due to a problem with the power steering system.