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Mazda Produces 3-Millionth New-Generation Vehicle

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At the end of a year studded with success and awards, Mazda Motor Corporation has just achieved yet another milestone to celebrate: the production of the 3-millionth new-generation vehicle, featuring SKYACTIV TECHNOLOGY and KODO-Soul of Motion design, with the final tally of about 3,050,000 units by the end of November. This comes four years after production began of the Mazda CX-5 at Mazda’s Hiroshima plant back in November 2011.

The new-generation lineup is made up of six vehicles: the CX-5, the Mazda6, the Mazda3, the Mazda2, the CX-3, and, of course, the MX-5.

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“The entire Mazda Group is united by single-minded desire to deliver our customers driving pleasure. That’s why we take on so many challenges,” said Mazda President and CEO Masamichi Kogai. “Those efforts have paid off, and we have been able to exceed the three million-unit mark because our new-generation models have proven so popular with customers all over the world.”

Through redesigns and adding new vehicles, Mazda has gradually expanded this lineup of KODO- and SKYACTIV-infused vehicles, the latest of which is the all-new CX-9, which the company revealed at the Los Angeles Auto Show (and only a few days after some anonymous source leaked images of the SUV).

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News Source: Automotive World