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My CX-7 has less than 64000 miles and as I am planning to retire in December, I was not planning on getting a new car. The car just stopped running in the middle of traffic on a busy highway. I have had it repaired multiple times, brakes, 2 batteries, regular maintenance, oil changes, fuses for multiple headlight replacements, internal thermometer and multiple visits for the check engine light and noises from the engine. Before it died I was told I needed motor mounts and sway bar links replaced along with the battery and thermometer which would have cost $1100. Thank goodness I did not have all of those repairs done at once since it died a week later!
Since I had just had work done at the dealer when my car died I had it towed back to them, thinking it was something they missed. To my shock and dismay they informed me that the timing went and they recommend getting a new engine. They said 90% of the time when this happens and the owner chooses to get the timing repaired they end up still needing a new engine. I was quoted at least $9000 for a new engine. I cannot afford that so I had it towed to my home where it now sits.
I cannot believe a car with that low mileage needs a new engine! I have poured thousands of dollars into this vehicle and was hoping to have it for many more years into my retirement.
- Sheila Y.,
Lansdowne, PA, US
my vehicle mazda cx 7 just completely shut down on the highway driving70 and almost had a wreck! it shut down completely! mazda delership told me i needed a brandnew engine for 10 grand, i cant pay that!!!they now have recalls on air bags to. my mazda is a piece of sh*t fir sure. not happy. who has to get a NEW MOTOR AT 68 THOUSANDS MILES? DUMB!!!! I WILL NEVER BUY A MAZDA AGAIN!!! EVER! THEIR SH*T
- Sherry P.,
bentonville, AR, US