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2007/07/26


Mazda Production and Sales Results for June 2007 and for January through June 2007 (Flash Report)

Mazda Motor Corporation’s production and sales results for June 2007 and for January through June 2007 are summarized below.

 

I. Production

  Breakdown June 2007 Jan. - Jun. 2007
Units YoY
Change (%)
Units YoY
Change (%)
DOMESTIC
PRODUCTION
Passenger Cars 78,283 -1.4 447,662 +2.0
Commercial Vehicles 4,005 -30.3 21,944 -30.9
Total 82,288 -3.3 469,606 -0.2
OVERSEAS
PRODUCTION
Passenger Cars 14,337 -33.4 112,953 -24.2
Commercial Vehicles 5,484 -27.5 40,740 +1.6
Total 19,821 -31.9 153,693 -18.7
GLOBAL
PRODUCTION
Passenger Cars 92,620 -8.2 560,615 -4.7
Commercial Vehicles 9,489 -28.7 62,684 -12.8
Total 102,109 -10.6 623,299 -5.5

Note: As of January 2007, overseas production figures are based on Mazda brand units coming off the production line (does not include CKD units).

 

1. Domestic Production
(1) June 2007

The domestic production volume for June 2007 fell below the figure for the same month last year, down 3.3% compared to June 2006. This decrease was mainly due to reduced production volumes of commercial vehicles and the Mazda6, despite healthy production of the Mazda3.

 

[Domestic production of key models in June 2007]

Mazda3: 36,954 units (up 25.6% year-on-year)
Mazda6: 9,475 units (down 35.2% year-on-year)

 

(2) January through June 2007
The domestic production volume for the period January through June was below the figure for the same period in 2006, down 0.2% year-on-year overall, mainly due to reduced production of commercial vehicles. Domestic production of passenger vehicles over the same period increased year-on-year, led by healthy Mazda3 production and added CX-9 production.

 

[Domestic production of key models in the period from January through June 2007]

Mazda3: 208,895 units (up 16.6% year-on-year)
CX-9: 16,700 units

 

2. Overseas production
(1) June 2007

The overseas production volume was below the figure for the same month last year, down 31.9% on June 2006. Reduced production of the Mazda6 and Mazda2, among other models, led to the result, despite increased production of the Mazda3.

 

[Overseas production of key models in June 2007]

Mazda3: 2,329 units (up 181.6% year-on-year)
Mazda6: 7,468 units (down 24.6% year-on-year)
Mazda2: 1,448 units (down 44.6% year-on-year)

 

(2) January through June 2007
Overseas production for the period January through June 2007 was below the figure for the same period last year, down 18.7% year-on-year. Reduced production of the Mazda6 and Mazda2, among other models, led to the result, despite increased production of the Mazda3.

 

[Overseas production of key models in the period from January through June 2007]

Mazda3: 17,149 units (up 152.1% year-on-year)
Mazda6: 54,994 units (down 20.9% year-on-year)
Mazda2: 14,235 units (down 9.7% year-on-year)

 

II. Domestic sales

  Breakdown June 2007 Jan. - Jun. 2007
Units YoY
Change (%)
Units YoY
Change (%)
DOMESTIC
SALES
Passenger Cars 17,343 -8.4 114,326 -6.6
Commercial Vehicles 3,741 -21.8 21,536 -21.8
Registration Total 16,106 -14.2 105,257 -11.9
Micro-mini Total 4,978 +0.6 30,605 +0.2
Total 21,084 -11.1 135,862 -9.4

(1) June 2007
Domestic sales of the MX-5 were healthy. However, June domestic sales were 11.1% below last year’s result due to a decrease in sales of commercial vehicles and the Mazda MPV. Mazda’s registered vehicle market share was 5.5%, down 0.2 points over the same month last year, with a 2.9% market share of the micro-mini segment (up 0.2 points) and a 4.6% total market share (down 0.1 points over June 2006).

 

[Domestic sales of key models in June 2007]

MX-5: 449 units (up 63.9% year-on-year)
MPV: 1,675 units (down 45.0% year-on-year)

 

(2) January through June 2007
The domestic sales volume for the period January through June 2007 was below the figure for the same period last year, down 9.4% year-on-year. Decreased sales of commercial vehicles and the Mazda6, among other models, led to the result, despite added CX-7 sales and brisk sales of the Mazda3 and Verisa.
Mazda’s registered vehicle market share was 5.9%, down 0.1 points from last year, with a 2.9% share of the micro-mini segment (up 0.1 points) and a 4.8% total market share (down 0.1 points year-on-year).

 

[Domestic sales of key models for the period from January through June 2007]

Mazda3: 12,949 units (up 14.6% year-on-year)
Verisa: 7,447 units (up 19.1% year0on0year)
CX-7: 3,424 units
Mazda6: 4,503 units (down 38.1% year-on-year)

 

III. Exports

  Breakdown June 2007 Jan. - Jun. 2007
Units YoY
Change (%)
Units YoY
Change (%)
EXPORTS Passenger Cars 61,498 +0.8 372,421 +10.0
Commercial Vehicles 423 +12.5 1,867 +9.5
North America 23,416 +29.4 146,423 +12.4
Europe 23,607 -13.9 134,413 -0.4
Oceania 4,453 -12.5 30,525 +12.3
Others 10,445 -3.2 62,927 +31.6
Total 61,921 +0.9 374,288 +10.0

(1) June 2007
June 2007 exports exceeded the figure for the same month last year, up 0.9% year-on-year, mainly due to an increased export volume of the Mazda3.
On a market basis, exports to North America were particularly healthy, reaching 23,416 units (up 29.4% year-on-year) mainly due to an increased export volume of the Mazda3.

 

[Exports of key models in June 2007]

Mazda3: 33,988 units (up 33.3% year-on-year)

 

(2) January through June 2007
Exports for the period January through June exceeded the figure for the same period last year by 10.0%, mainly due to increased Mazda3 exports and added CX-9 exports.
On a market basis, added CX-9 exports and increased exports of the Mazda3 helped the figure for North America reach 146,423 units (up 12.4% year-on-year).

 

[Exports of key models for the period from January through June 2007]

Mazda3: 199,471 units (up 19.2% year-on-year)
CX-9: 16,953 units

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