Mazda proves its worth in Scotland

Mazda’s Scottish market share has increased to a record amount, the automaker has commented.

According to the car manufacturer, it was responsible for 3.8 per cent of the vehicles sold in the country last month.

Similarly, the firm announced success for 2007 as a whole, with its 18 dealers having sold as many cars in Scotland during September as it has done throughout the rest of the year.

Mazda UK’s sales director Jeremy Thomson commented that the company has outdone itself in some sectors and is now on track for a good 2008.

He said: "We are increasingly successful in attracting fleet and small business users and substantially outperforming the market. Every dealer has shown growth this year and they are now well placed for 2008."

Meanwhile, the Galadari Automobiles dealership in the United Arab Emirates has launched the Mazda MX-5 lightweight two-seater convertible in the country.


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