Mazda is working quick and hard to increase its market share in the United States to 2.5 percent with hopes to have sales reach 400,000 units by 2014. The Japanese automaker has never sold 400,000 vehicles in its nearly 40 years in this country.
In the works are four new or majorly redesigned vehicles by 2014.
Following those two models will be the redesigned versions of the Mazda3, Mazda MX-5 and the CX-9 in 2013.
All of Mazda’s redesigned and new vehicles will offer fuel-saving Skyactiv technologies on lightweight platforms.
Personally, I believe Mazda’s are overlooked by consumers. Why? The company just definitely needs to improve its marketing.
– By: Omar Rana
Source: Automotive News