GENEVA – Mazda6 will open doors for European car buyers who might not have considered a wagon, a Mazda Motor Corp. official predicts. "Of our mix in Europe, probably the strongest one will be the hatch," says Stephen Odell, Mazda of Europe president. "And then sedan and then wagon. But wagons could account for, I think, up to 30% of the mix." This suggests a hatchback take rate in the 35% range, with sedans coming in somewhere between hatchback and wagon. But the production schedule at ...
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