MONTREAL – Mazda North American Operations officials don’t expect the ’11 Mazda2 to have a significant impact on the brand’s U.S. market share, but in Canada the new B-car could be a game-changer. Arriving in North America in August, the Mazda2 is expected to sell about 20,000 units each in the U.S. and Canada. Don Romano, president of Mazda Canada Inc. and MNAO chief marketing officer, says while 20,000 barely register in the U.S., that sum is significant in the smaller Canadian market. ...
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