Mazda Motor (TYO:7261)

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Clusterstock  Jun 21  Comment 
Mazda rolled out a new MX-5, known more colloquially as the "Miata," in 2015. A quarter-century after its introduction, the frisky little drop-top has been steadily improved. It's gotten bigger and faster. But how much faster? Mazda decided to...
Automotive World  Jun 16  Comment 
The 2017 Mazda CX-9, a midsize SUV, qualifies for the top award from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, thanks to across-the-board good crashworthiness ratings, a superior-rated front crash prevention system and acceptable-rated...
Clusterstock  Jun 11  Comment 
We don't lack for sports cars in this world. If you want some affordable thrills behind the wheel, you can buy a Mazda Miata for less than $30,000 (and you can buy a well-loved one for less than $5,000, and you can rescue one from the crusher for,...
Forbes  Jun 7  Comment 
Mazda is recalling about 103,000 of its sports cars for either possible fuel leaks or loss of steering.
Automotive World  Jun 7  Comment 
Building on the extraordinary success of the outgoing CX-5, a car that introduced Mazda’s SKYACTIV technology and KODO: Soul of Motion design philosophy, the all-new Mazda CX-5 has been designed to bring a new dimension of driving pleasure to...
SeekingAlpha  Jun 1  Comment 
Automotive World  Jun 1  Comment 
Mazda Motor Corporation has announced the following personnel changes, effective June 1, 2017. General Manager and above New post Current post Name - Dispatched to Keylex Co. (To retire on May 31, 2017) Yasuhiro Kan The post Mazda: personnel...
Automotive World  May 30  Comment 
Mazda Motor Corporation’s production and sales results for April 2017 are summarized below. I. Production http://www.acnnewswire.com/topimg/Low_MazdaApr17Production.JPG 1. Domestic Production Mazda’s total domestic production volume in April...





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Market Share

U.S. Auto Industry Market Share by Sales
Manufacturer May-06[1] May-07[2] May-08[2]
GM25%24%19%
Toyota15%17%18%
Ford17%17%15%
Chrysler13%13%11%
Honda9%9%12%
Nissan6%6%7%
Hyundai-5%6%
BMW-2%2%
Volkswagen-2%2%
Daimler-1%2%
Global Auto Industry Market Share by Production[3][4]
Manufacturer Rank 2007 2008 Change in Production Manufacturer Rank 2007 2008 Change in Production
GM113.0%11.9%-11%Suzuki113.6%3.8%1%
Toyota211.8%13.3%8%Chrysler123.5%2.7%-25%
Volkswagen38.7%9.3%3%Daimler132.9%3.1%4%
Ford48.7%7.8%-13%BMW142.1%2.1%-7%
Honda55.4%5.6%0%Mitsubishi152.0%1.9%-7%
PSA64.8%4.8%-4%Kia161.9%2.0%2%
Nissan74.8%4.9%-1%Mazda171.8%1.9%5%
Fiat83.7%3.6%-6%Avtovaz181.0%1.2%9%
Renault93.7%3.5%-9%Faw191.0%0.9%-6%
Hyundai103.6%4.0%6%Tata200.8%1.1%36%



U.S. Auto Industry 2008 Market Share by Sales (May 2008)
U.S. Auto Industry 2008 Market Share by Sales (May 2008)[2]
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