According to foreign media reports, due to parking brake failure, Mazda North America is in the United States within the recall 2014 and 2016 Mazda 3, and 2014-2015 Mazda 6, involving vehicles up to 227,814 vehicles.
According to the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's recall report, Mazda said the parking brake of the above models will cause the slopes to slip when the car is parked or the car dragged. Mazda will be on August 7 to inform the dealer recall, and the owner will start from August 21 that the news of the recall. The Mazda dealer will check the brake actuator shaft inside the brake caliper and replace the brake caliper if one shaft is corroded. If there is no corrosion, the dealer will replace the new protective kit.
The Mazda 6 defect was first realized that in 2015, there was a dripping accident in Canada at that time. At present, there are 80,000 vehicles in Canada are being recalled.