Question about Cars & Trucks
This has happened more than once without notice. In a stopped position the car lunges forward 2-3 feet. You have no control over this. You cannot stop the vechile. The dealership and the corporate office state the computer stated the driver was 2 foot driving. This is physically impossible do to a fused ankle and two total knees. The Madza corporate office was not concerned. We want the car fixed before we kill someone or ourselves. We've already damaged our garage and the front of our car when it happened in our driveway.
If you don't have a mechanic that you trust near you. Ask a freind to drive your car and tell them to be careful, and see if it does it to them. If it does contact dealer if it doesn't your kinda SOL. good luck
Posted on Dec 05, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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