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Company Profile

The Mazda Group

Major production facilities Japan
Production Sites in Japan

As of December 31, 2010

Plant name
 

District
 

Products
 

Start of operations

Hiroshima Plant

Head Office

Gasoline reciprocating engines, manual transmissions

March
1931

Ujina district

Ujina Plant No.1 (U1)

Mazda2, Mazda Verisa, Mazda MX-5, Mazda RX-8, Mazda MPV/Mazda8, Mazda CX-9, Mazda E-series (Bongo van), Mazda Biante, Mazda2 (3-door hatchback)*

November
1966

Ujina Plant No.2 (U2)

Mazda5, Mazda CX-7

December
1972

 

Gasoline reciprocating engines, diesel engines, rotary engines

December
1964

Miyoshi Plant

 

Gasoline reciprocating engines

May 1974

Hofu Plant

Nishinoura district

Hofu Plant No.1 (H1)

Mazda3

September
1982

Hofu Plant No.2 (H2)

Mazda6, Mazda3

February
1992

Nakanoseki district

Automatic transmissions,
manual transmissions

December
1981

Press Kogyo Co., Ltd.

Onomichi Plant Mazda E-Series
(Bongo Truck)
 
Note: Head Office district includes the surrounding area (Fuchizaki district).
Miyoshi Plant land area encompasses the vehicle proving grounds and the engine plant.
* For export only

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