By Drew Johnson
Thursday, Feb 26th, 2009 @ 12:56 pm
Mazd's CX-9 is arguably one of the best big crossover vehicles on the market, but that doesn't mean the CUV is without faults. Mazda North American Operations has announced the recall of 31,000 CX-9 models built between 2007 and 2009.

The recall is due to a faulty seat wiring harness, which could lead to a short. If a short does occur, the power-adjustment mechanism of the front seat can be activated, leading to unintentional adjustments in seat position, height or recline while the vehicle is in motion.

Dealers will begin fixing recalled vehicles on March 9th. No injuries or accident have been linked to the recall.

Here at Leftlane, we believe the contributions of the community are just as valuable as those of our staff. The Web, at its core, is a medium for information sharing and communication. We strive to provide good information, but without you—the community member—there is no communication. Read More>>