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Mazda passenger sales drop not a concern for brand

Hard times: Sales of the Mazda3 dropped 6.6 per cent in 2016.

Flat 2017 expected as Mazda SUV growth offsets passenger car fall

25 Jan 2017

- MAZDA Australia managing director Martin Benders has insisted that the company is “very happy” with its record sales performance in 2016, despite its main passenger car trio declining in volume by up to 17.2 per cent versus 2015.

- Despite moves to increase specification in the Mazda3 and Mazda6 lineup over the last 12 months, both the company’s small and medium passenger car mainstays recorded sharper falls in volume than the average for each segment.

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