We’re large fans of the Mazda CX-5, that won one of a 2018 10Best Trucks and SUVs awards, and we unequivocally like a rest of Mazda’s U.S. lineup, too. The American shopping open usually seems to determine with us on a initial partial of that equation, however, since a CX-5 sole some-more units in Jan 2018 than each other Mazda automobile combined. The compress crossover’s 13,463 sales this past month represents a outrageous boost of 67 percent over final January, assisting to propel Mazda to an altogether 15 percent sales boost for a month.
Add adult sales for a Mazda 3, 6, MX-5 Miata, CX-3, and CX-9, and we come to a sum of 11,499 units, or usually about 46 percent of Mazda’s monthly total. The 3 was a tip seller of those, with 5825 units sold, though it, a 6, and a MX-5 Miata all declined significantly, bringing Mazda’s sum non-crossover automobile sales for Jan to a 28 percent decrease compared with final January. The CX-3 subcompact crossover (1350 units) and CX-9 mid-size crossover (2336 units), itself a 10Best Trucks and SUVs winner, fared better, with increases of 14 percent and 47 percent, respectively, though even those improving numbers usually done adult a tiny fragment of a CX-5’s total.
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Mazda’s vexed automobile sales competence be partially attributable to some imminent changes to a lineup: The updated 2018 Mazda 6 is shortly to go on sale, and a redesigned Mazda 3 with new Skyactiv-X engine technology is watchful in a wings, too. Those changes should assistance boost 3 and 6 sales during some point, though we’re certain that Mazda isn’t angry about all those CX-5s drifting off a lots in a meantime.