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Well it looks like they have fixed the "notchiness" issue with the new steering column. Unfortunately I've not been able to use it much recently due to the travel restrictions so no long journeys or motorway work to do a proper test. I'll report back later with more news some time in the future.
- Tue Mar 10, 2020 6:31 pm
- Forum: Main Mazda CX3 chat
- Topic: Hi, potential new owner here
- Replies: 5
- Views: 1284
The full leather seats(electric?) have much better lumbar support as I found by mistake when I was told the half leather were the same. The cloth and half leather seats have little lumbar support and no adjustment. Had I of known then I would have gone for the full leather and now have to use a sepa...
- Wed Mar 04, 2020 9:37 pm
- Forum: Off-Topic Chat
- Topic: First edition Mazda MX-30 UK release in March 2021
- Replies: 6
- Views: 1627
I agree, ridiculous range when compared to the competition. Waste of time.............Must try harder Mazda.
Well..........Mine has started to do it even when stationary now. But not always which is odd. On Wednesday it did it when I was stopped at the traffic lights which were about half a mile from my local Mazda garage so I went straight to them to have it checked out as the fault was still present ( I ...
I seem to be getting the same with my steering. Only really notice it at motorway speeds, other than that steering’s fine. Does anyone know if Mazda is aware, or is just a characteristic of this car? 2019 CX30 Sport Nav+ Auto 2.0 petrol. If it is a characteristic then it's one I didn't notice previ...