VIENNA – Willowvale Mazda Motor Industries (Pvt) Ltd. (WMMI), the Mazda Motor Corp. assembler and distributor in Zimbabwe, introduces the locally assembled Mazda3 to the domestic market. The 2.0L small car replaces the Mazda 626 in WMMI’s lineup. Assembly of the Mazda 626 was phased out this spring. "We have (assembled) 40 units for the launch, and we are waiting for some (knocked-down) kits to fulfill other orders," WMMI’s Chief Operating Officer Dawson Mareya is quoted by the Financial ...
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