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Mazda gets sales rebound in China after four straight months of decline

In November, Mazda achieved year-on-year growth in China retail sales after four-consecutive-month decrease.

According to the sales data released by Mazda Motor (China) Co., Ltd, the Japanese automaker delivered 21,634 new vehicles in China last month, posting a 12.8% growth compared with 19,180 units sold a year ago.

Both two joint ventures gained double-digit increase in Nov. deliveries. Retailing 9,021 and 12,613 vehicles respectively, FAW-Mazda and Changan Mazda gained growth of 12.3% and 13.1% from the previous month.

(Photo source: FAW-Mazda)

For the first eleven months of the year, Mazda handed over a total of 203,258 vehicles to consumers in China. Affected by previous prolong downturn, the company saw year-to-date China deliveries slide 19.3% despite the rebound in November.

The dwindling demand also impinged on this year's cumulative sales for both joint ventures. Based on the latest and previous figures, 80,998 customers took delivery of FAW-Mazda's new vehicles, down by 19.4% year over year, while Changan Madza's retail sales fell 19.2% to 122,260 units. 

The Mazda3 Axela still outperformed other models with 10,006 vehicles delivered in November. By the end of November, the automaker had delivered a total of 87,262 Mazda Axela cars so far this year.

The Nov. deliveries of the Mazda Atenza, CX-4 and CX-5 reached 4,175 units, 4,846 units and 2,476 units respectively. Year-to-date sales of the three models aggregated 113,581 units.