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Mazda scores record 2010 April sales on the North American Soil

Mazda is doing great on the North American soil. Mazda North American Operations (MNAO) reported that April sales in 2010 are great and they have recorded 7th consecutive increase in the last 7 months. April 2010 sales are 18,935, an increase of 17.3 percent compared to April 2009.

Mazda record 2010 April sales North America

Mazda 3 sold second best, just like in April 2005. Mazda 3 hasn’t achieved this sales numbers by a surprise. This is a result of a long term strategy. Mazda 3 is a winner of ALG’s Residual Value Award for highest value after three years in service and this model was sold in 9,320 units with an increase of 27.6 percent.

Mazda’s crossover Suvs, the CX-9 and CX-7 also scored strong April sales. CX-9 recorded its best April until now with 2,219 units sold, increase of a huge 88 percent, while CX-7 sales increased by significant 79.2 percent with 2,237 units sold.

While many of North American car buyers preferred Mazda, more of the same can be said for Mazda Motor de Mexico (MMdM), where the sales were up by 59,6 percent from the same month in the previous 2009 year, and the number of vehicles sold is 8,152.

Mazda record 2010 April sales North America

Mazda record 2010 April sales North America


Mazda record 2010 April sales North America

Mazda record 2010 April sales North America


Mazda record 2010 April sales North America

People over Mazda Canada Inc. (MCI) reported 8,338 units sold, small increase in sales from the last April, (just over 1,5 percent).

From this numbers we can see that Mazda design team (together with their skilled engineers of course) is doing a good job in converting new buyers into Mazda owners, on the whole North American Continent, through more than 900 Dealerships in the United States alone.

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