Lemberg Law is investigating complaints regarding oil consumption issues with the 2021-2022 Mazda CX-30. Vehicle owners are reporting low oil concerns with their CX-30s.
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Does the 2021-2022 Mazda CX-30 engine have oil problems?
Yes, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has logged several consumer complaints regarding engine oil loss problems on the CX-30.
Mazda issued several technical service bullets related to this issue. The most recent from 11/24/2021, TSB #01-012-21-3832a, instructs dealers to top-off the oil and reset the check engine light and/or low engine oil/pressure level. Moreover, Dealers are instructed to explain to vehicle owners: “A small amount of the engine oil may be leaking into the combustion chamber, causing the oil consumption. Mazda has confirmed this oil leakage into the combustion chamber will not cause any immediate engine damage and the vehicle may be safely driven.”
Lastly, the TSB states: “This is only a temporary repair and as soon as Mazda identifies the root cause, a complete repair procedure will be announced.”
What Problems are Mazda Cx-30 Owners Experiencing?
Many complaints state that the low engine oil level illuminated in the car and that no leaks are detected.
An owner from Georgia states:
“Low engine oil light displayed at 7,030 miles. No leaks detected. Engine consuming oil burning in combustion chamber. Possible engine damage or failure if oil was not quickly refilled.”
An owner from New York logged a complaint on the NHTSA website stating:
“At about 3,605 miles, I received a low engine oil warning. The car is only 4 months old. When i took the car to the dealer, apparently there is a TSB that was issued in October 2021 about the problem. I bought the car in November was not advised of this issue. At this time, it appears at this time Mazda is unable to determine the root cause. It appears that I am to take the vehicle to the dealer every time I have this experience. I am worried about the potential impact and the lifespan of the engine.”
What should you do if your Mazda Cx-30 is experiencing an oil consumption issue?
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