PHILADELPHIA – Paced by the introduction of the new CX-7 cross/utility vehicle, Mazda North American Operations could break through the 300,000-unit sales mark in the U.S. this year, says President and CEO Jim O’Sullivan. “What will also drive our sales number is how many Mazda3s we can get from Japan,” O’Sullivan says at the recent auto show here. Mazda’s U.S. sales dipped 2% last year, a result O’Sullivan blames on limited availability of the Mazda3. Mazda North America was able to get ...

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