Mazda Australia has issued yet another recall for the new-generation 2019 model-year 'BP' Mazda 3 small car, this time for faulty rear-view mirror glass in entry-level 'Pure' models.
According to the Japanese manufacturer "the interior rear-view mirror glass may detach from the mirror housing" due to a "manufacturing error".
"If the interior rear-view mirror glass detaches from the mirror housing, the driver may have reduced rearward visibility, increasing the risk of an accident and injury to vehicle occupants and other road users," Mazda says in its recall notice.
There are 420 vehicles affected by this recall, with sale dates between 10 April 2019 and 2 August 2019 – a VIN list is attached here.
Owners of the recalled Mazda 3 models will be contacted by the company's local division, and advised to present their vehicle to their preferred dealer to have the rear-view mirror replaced, free of charge.
For more information, contact 1800 034 411. You can also view the original recall notice here.