Don't buy from company whose motto is "Can't guarantee how long this car will last".
By la_fiera2000 on
2003 Mazda Mazda6 s 4dr Sedan (3.0L 6cyl 5M)
I bought this car new in 2003 with a 50k warranty.
I complained several times about misfiring after 1 month and dealer never found the trouble.
At 55k miles the trouble was found to be the Throttle Body.
I wrote to Mazda and they said "Sorry, but we can't guarantee how long parts will last after warranty."
After that the right control arm broke twice(most of my driving is on the highway).
Now, after 8 yrs of meticulous maintenance the compression valves gave out and will cost more to repair than the car is worth.
I wrote to Mazda, and again their response was, "Sorry, but we can not guarantee how long our cars will last."
Handling but it came at a cost as the right control arm seems to be a problem.
Company's attitude towards it's customers who are trying to get their issue resolved.
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