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June 2015: Mazda North American Operations

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Mazda Reports Best June Since 2002

 

IRVINE, Calif., July 1, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Mazda North American Operations (MNAO) today reported June U.S. sales of 27,223 vehicles, representing an increase of 3.9 percent versus last year. Through June, Mazda has sold 158,996 vehicles year-to-date (YTD).

 

Key June 2015 sales notes:

  • June 2015 (27,223) represents Mazda's best month of June sales in 13 years (2002 sales were 28,361).
  • Mazda3 sales in June 2015 achieved 9,251 vehicles, an increase of 4.8 percent year-over-year (YOY) and the best June since 2008 (12,346).
  • Mazda CX-5 had its best June ever with 9,373 vehicles sold, an improvement of 18.0 percent YOY.
  • June 2015 represents the best June Mazda6 sales (5,332) in 10 years (2005 sales were 6,393). Additionally, the YOY increase for June 2015 is 11.2 percent.
  • Mazda's outstanding sixth-generation vehicles (Mazda3, Mazda6, and CX-5) have combined YTD sales up 8.7 percent and for the month of June are up 11.0 percent YOY.
  • Mazda CX-9 performed well in June 2015 with 1,577 vehicles sold, an increase of 9.4 percent YOY (1,441 vehicles in June 2015).
  • As the company's sixth-generation of vehicle sales grow so does SKYACTIV® TECHNOLOGY. Mazda's no-compromise solution to driving performance and fuel efficiency has proven to be an affordable and beneficial solution for consumers. In June 2015, 88.0 percent of Mazdas sold were equipped with SKYACTIV TECHNOLOGY.
  • Mazda reported Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) June sales of 3,022 vehicles, down 12.6 percent YOY.

Mazda Motor de Mexico (MMdM) reported June sales of 4,338 vehicles, up 41.0 percent versus last year, making it the best June in MMdM history and the 29th consecutive month of YOY growth. Year-to-date sales for MMdM are up 51.0 percent with 25,945 vehicles sold.

 

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