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by Matt Brogan

Mazda Australia has increased its market share by an impressive 0.59 per cent YTD selling just over 6000 new vehicles in July.

According to VFACTS figures released yesterday, Mazda remains the country’s number one full-line vehicle importer with 44,627 new vehicles sold so far this year. That equates to an 8.4 per cent share in the Australian new car market.

Mazda’s market share for the month of July was equally as impressive at 8.0 per cent, a 0.25 percent month-on-month increase for the same time last year.

“After having a bumper record month in June it was pleasing to see Mazda maintain momentum in July with just over 6000 sales,” said Doug Dickson, Mazda Australia managing director.

“I am pleased to report that Mazda is well on track to achieving its 2009 sales forecast of 72,000.”

Big sellers for the brand include:

  • Mazda3 selling 2785 units for July, a 17.4 per cent segment share
  • Mazda6 selling more than 5000 units so far this year
  • RX-8 sales up 9.9 per cent year to date



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