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Mazda3 Global Production Reached 3 Million Units

Mazda3 Global Production Reached 3 Million Units

Mazda Motor Corporation has announced that the total production of Mazda3 has reached 3 million units on April 26, 2011.

This figure was recorded in only seven years and 10 months after the start of production for the first generation model, the Mazda3 becoming the fastest developing automobile sales in the current range of the manufacturer.

Mazda3 is marketed in 90 countries and regions and the car number three million was produced at Hofu in Yamaguchi, Japan (where they are produced all European models). It is a model for the Japanese market, five-door hatchback with a 2.0L engine MZR-and-stop and one outside Crystal White Pearl Mica.

Hirotaka Kanazawa, Mazda Senior Managing Executive Officer, responsible for Research and Development, said: "Mazda3 embodies the three elements of Mazda DNA: Distinctive design, outstanding functionality, handling and performance leadership. Following the worldwide success, Mazda3 has become Mazda emblem model, representing one third of sales. Since the launch of the first generation, the Mazda3 said major changes to the car market by strengthening the inheritance and Mazda brand DNA, while developing environmental and safety performance. Now that the Mazda3 exceeds 3 million, I would like to thank each customer for support and to reaffirm its commitment to deliver Mazda environmental and safety performance remarkable in equilibrium with a driving experience that exceeds expectations. "

Mazda3 Global Production Reached 3 Million Units
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