The Japanese car company Mazda will call back many copies of the Mazda 3 for repairs.
Mazda North American Operations informed the public that more than 25,000 Mazda 3 cars, which produced between September 25, 2018, and April 19, 2019, will be sent to repair.
The cause of the problem is the minimum defect in the mounting of the wheels. More precisely, the gap between the bolts and the hub flanges. Because of this, the nuts with lugs loosened. Without replacing the element in time, it can be deformed, and the wheels fall off.
The company will notify its customers about the necessary repairs. Bolt tie will be replaced free of charge for owners.