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Mazda scores more success in May

Mazda scores more success in May

Two models top sales categories as Mazda moves towards 10% market share.

Mazda scores more success in May - Mazda has sold over 8,000 CX-5 SUVs in 2013.

The Japanese automotive brand Mazda scored another strong sales result in Australia in May as two models topped their respective segments.

Total sales of 8,135 new vehicles in the month helped Mazda to a 9.4% market share with the Mazda CX-5 topping the medium SUV segment for the third consecutive month.

The popular Mazda2 also enjoyed another strong month and topped the light car segment with 1,236 sales.

Other data sure to make Mazda executives smile includes a 21.4 per cent jump in Mazda6 sales this year and a record month of sales recorded by the Mazda BT50 ute in May.

Mazda Australia managing director, Martin Benders says 2013 is looking extremely promising.

“It’s always pleasing to see a wide selection of the range making such a valuable contribution to our overall volume and that’s exactly what happened in May,”

“While a strong product offering certainly helps, the support of our dedicated dealer network and valued Australian customers is central to our continued success.”

In other Mazda news; Australian pricing and specification details confirmed for all-new Mazda MX-5 and Mazda and Toyota team up!

 Joel Helmes

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