TOKYO -- Mazda Motor Corp. has started production of the redesigned CX-9 three-row crossover, a vehicle that plays an important roll in the brand’s strategy to expand sales.
The CX-9 is manufactured at Mazda’s Ujina Plant No. 1 in Hiroshima, but the main market will be North America. The first vehicle rolled off the line Feb. 11, Mazda said. About 40,000 of the targeted 50,000 units in annual sales are expected to come from North America, Mazda’s biggest market. The vehicle is key to Mazda for a couple reasons. First, its rollout will complete the entire lineup’s transition to the Skyactiv engine and chassis system and to the brand’s eye-catching Kodo design language. It will also debut a new turbocharged engine that may be deployed in other models. more...
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