The news comes as Mazda celebrates its most successful end to a Japanese financial year in history with 79,829 vehicles sold.
Locally, the figures show Mazda's core models achieved the biggest results for the brand with its popular Mazda3 - Australia's best-selling small car - recording 3562 sales, a 27.2 per cent increase on March 2009 numbers.
The recently revised Mazda6 also enjoyed a good month with 758 examples sold. The March figure saw Mazda6 reclaim its title as Australia's favourite imported medium car, giving it a 14.5 per cent share of the market segment.
"Mazda has two great reasons to celebrate this month," said Mazda Australia Managing Director, Mr Doug Dickson."A best-ever end to a Japanese Financial year and an outstanding March result has placed us in good stead for another outstanding year ahead."
Elsewhere in the range, Mazda sold 228 per cent more CX-7 models than this time last year, with a total of 944 vehicles registered.