FLAT ROCK, MI – Mazda Motor Corp.’s best hope to make a dent in the fiercely competitive midsize-car segment rolls off the assembly line here as executives, workers, dealers and dignitaries gather to toast the arrival of the all-new Mazda6 sedan. “This is exactly the car the dealers were looking for,” Mike Rocchi, president of Faulkner Mazda of Philadelphia, tells Ward’s on the floor of the AutoAlliance International Inc. plant here moments before the ceremonial Job One Mazda6 arrives to ...
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