When all three variants of the all-new Mazda 6 go into production, the AutoAlliance International Inc. assembly plant in Flat Rock, MI, should see a near doubling of Mazda output to 125,000 units annually on two shifts, a North American-based executive says. Currently, Mazda’s half of AAI is producing about 65,000 626 sedans per year. The 626 replacement, which picks up the new name Mazda 6, will be introduced as a 4-door sedan initially, says Stephen Odell, executive vice president and ...

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