• Kyodo News


Mazda Motor Corp. on Thursday rolled out its all-new Axela compact in Japan, showing off its higher fuel efficiency and new idle-stop technology.

Mazda President Takashi Yamanouchi said Mazda is aiming for annual sales of over 300,000 units globally and 24,000 units in Japan for the second-generation model, which entered Europe, North America and Australia earlier this year as the Mazda3.

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