CANBERRA – Mazda Australia Pty. Ltd. takes 700 orders in the first week of sales for its all-new Mazda3. Mazda says its 125-strong dealer network received more than 2,000 inquiries on the new model in that time span. Managing Director Malcolm Gough says the 700-unit sales tally exceeded by a huge margin even his most ambitious forecasts. "It proves that the traditionally conservative small-car market has been crying out for a stylish, high-quality and dynamic new model, and the Mazda3 ...
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