Mazda to stop building midsize cars in U.S.


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hmmm. thats too bad. The mazda6 was a decent car. They are making the RX-9 soon. I am excited about that. A new Japaense sports car race is about the hit us!!! like the old days with the supra vs rx-7 vs skyline (r-34 and 33 and 32) Suburu and Toyota have a new joint sports car that will turn heads as well.

Last time we got the r-34 as the clear winner. The single best non exotic production sports car ever made until the GTR came out.

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Ford share in struggling Mazda was 25 percent in 1980s,now 3.5 percent only.

Mazda share in US market,to go down. It's all about competition between Motor companies and whether your brand is quality car that can sell,as much as competitor.

Toyota commands sales,as its name as quality car maker,is there. Mazda is smaller competitor,as compared with Toyota which has near 0.3 to 0.4 million employees.

If sales,not good Mazda has to stop building in its US plants.

Same applies for any N225 plant outside ,who had closed due to bad sales of the factory's products or due to factory's not good enough products or other reasons.

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Mazda is one of the most reputed brand all over the world. But nowadays, Mazda to go down in US market, because of high competition between motor companies.

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