Mazda confirms plans to launch five new models in three years

by SpeedLux

Dushyant Dubey
Mazda has recently announced its plans to launch as many as five new models in the next three years.

The company declined to give further details about the same but said that this will be their biggest push since the Mazda3, Mazda6 and Mazda RX-8 were launched in the early 2000’s. Mazda UK Managing Director Jeremy Thomson also said that over the next 18 months to two years the company will continue their very strong product-led growth which sends out an exciting message to their dealers. He stated that they were predicting good times (for the company) ahead while the rest of the industry is predicted to be relatively flat.

There is no official confirmation on what we can expect but the company has already confirmed plans to launch a new MX-5 in the year 2015. Other possible models that could be launched in future include a new Mazda2, an entry-level CX-3, a Mazda6 coupe and MazdaSpeed variants of the Mazda3 and Mazda6.

However we will have to wait for some more time for more details to be revealed about the upcoming models of the company.

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