Mazda begins mass production of the CX-5 for Malaysia and Thailand with the opening of a Mazda-exclusive vehicle assembly facility on the grounds of a plant owned by Inokom. The CX-5 has been produced since March last year at a Mazda-exclusive body shop constructed as one of the measures to reinforce the local production framework. The body shop and the newly opened assembly facility are the result of a 100 million ringgit ($31 million) investment by Mazda Malaysia. Total annual production ...

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