Mazda has issued a recall along with a stop-sale order on all 2013-2016 Mazda CX-5 SUVs in North America. The automaker recently filed a safety defect report with the United States’ National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, indicating a concern that the fuel filler pipe could rupture in the event of a rear collision.

This could cause a fuel leakage, and subsequently a fire. However, there are currently no reports of accidents or injuries resulting from the defect. The recall is said to affect over 404,000 vehicles in the US and Canada, although no repair details have been provided.

Mazda’s recall campaign appears to be done voluntarily, and does not appear to be incited by any NHTSA investigation. Closer to home, Malaysian CX-5 owners are not affected by this recall, according to Bermaz.