The SUV segment (in all possible sizes) as is the case with certain videos on the internet, it seems that has become viral and without a cure. All brands know it and all want to exploit the goose that lays the golden eggs until it burst. Some firms have proved as its global sales have ostensibly improved thanks to having good SUV in its catalogue and are therefore boosting the sales of these products.
Mazda Motors is one of the brands that sustains their sales across the globe in the SUV that has in its portfolio. As proof of this we have that 1.65 million cars which was able to sell last year, nearly half was represented by (CX-3, CX-5 and CX-9). The model that has best sales is the CX-5 and therefore their generational has kept intact the best points of the previous generation and it has boosted the aspects in which flojeaba.
Result of having done well his work, the demand for this model has been triggered and in order to satisfy it have had to duplicate the production line at a second factory. Initially the CX-5 is manufactured at the plant which has the Japanese company in Hiroshima, but have had to increase the productive capacity which have in Osaka to shorten the deadlines of manufacture.
In Osaka are manufactured in two versions of bodywork Compact 3-6 sedan. As its pace of sales is lower by fever SUV, Mazda decided to take there part of the production of the CX-5. In this way they cover the productive capacity of the factory with more workload and do not have to idle workers. However, the transfer of the production of the medium SUV Mazda to Osaka is not the only good for this plant news as soon will come another new model.
According to Masatoshi Maruyama, director of Global production of Mazda Motors, “the Mazda CX-4 is also manufactured in Osaka, then form part of our plan to build a production network that allows us more flexibility between factories and models.” We will do everything that is necessary to give to our clients the crossover vehicles they want, as fast as we can”.
Great news for one of the smaller car firms in the world. We hope that the SUV bubble not exploited them in the face (as all brands).
Source – Mazda