Mazda ended February with a 72-day supply of CX-7s in U.S.
MONTEREY, CA – Mazda is yanking its CX-7 model from the American market, saying the cross/utility vehicle simply doesn’t fit into its U.S. lineup with the recently launched CX-5 CUV. “We’re excited about the CX-5’s sales potential, and we’re expecting aggressive sales in the 2012 calendar year,” Robert Davis, executive vice president-U.S. operations, tells WardsAuto during a media event here. “So CX-7 is ending production (for the U.S.) in ...
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