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Demanding $160,000 for a $23,000 car, plaintiff claimed his 2007 Mazda3 vehicle was not fixed after 10 repair attempts and rendered the vehicle unfit. After a three-day lemon law bench trial, the judge concluded on July 9, 2009 that Mazda had no liability for breach of implied and express warranties, nor did Mazda violate either Song-Beverly or Magnusson Moss. Costs awarded to the defense. Mazda was represented at trial by Brian Takahashi.