If you own or lease a 2020 Mazda CX-30 SUV, you should know that several reports of concerning steering system problems have arisen in recent months. Many Mazda customers are expressing their concerns about the overall safety of their vehicles, especially when it comes to steering systems that appear to lock up for no clear reason and prevent drivers from controlling the car’s navigation. So far, the manufacturer has issued three distinct auto safety recall campaigns, but none of these recalls concerns steering system defects. For now, affected Mazda customers continue to wait for the automaker to acknowledge their complaints and provide them with the solutions they need to feel safe on the road once more.
According to the driver of a 2020 Mazda CX-30 SUV, their vehicle has experienced sudden and unexpected loss of steering control on more than one occasion. The driver reported that they were driving their SUV out of the driveway when the steering wheel seemed to lock up and prevent the driver from operating the vehicle as intended. The power steering light illuminated and the vehicle was taken to the dealer. However, after multiple assessments, no underlying issue or cause was identified. Similar reports of steering wheel and power steering system failures continue to arise from concerned Mazda customers, prompting consumers to call on the manufacturer to address these safety issues.
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