Mazda Motor Corp. vehicle production rose in both domestic and overseas markets in 2003. Domestic output climbed 3.6% year-on-year to 801,084 vehicles. Of that, passenger-car production accounted for 7,33,295 units (up 2.3%) while commercial vehicles totaled 67,789 (up 18.6%). Production at overseas facilities rose 42% to 240,821 units on the strength of passenger cars, which comprise 178,220 of the total, up 69.9%. Volume leaders included the Mazda6, Premacy and Mazda323. Overseas ...

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