2014 Mazda MAZDA3 Excessive Brake Wear

When you decide to buy a lease a newer vehicle, you can reasonably expect the brakes to function properly. However, consumers who have driven the 2014 Mazda MAZDA3 model are finding that this model’s brakes are wearing out at an alarmingly quick rate. Of course, issues that affect the brakes can pose significant risks to drivers, passengers, pedestrians, and other drivers.

According to one driver, the brakes in her MAZDA3 had to be replaced five times in four years. Another owner noticed a loud grinding noise from the rear passenger side and was told that all the brakes had to be replaced, only months after purchasing the car. Other drivers found that after a short period of time, their rear brakes were worn down to nothing. All of these individuals report that they do not ride their brakes and keep their cars in good repair, so this appears to be a manufacturing defect.

If your brakes are wearing down at an alarming rate and you would like to learn more about your consumer rights, call Lemon Law Partners, LLP at (800) 887-9362 today.