Mazda Sells 10 Million Car in US After 42 Years
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The car was bought by 26-year old guitar teacher and accounts receivable advisor Lauren Carter of Glen Ellyn, Illinois. She actually bought a 2013 model, the old Mazda3, but the company decided to reward her and gave her a new 2014 model.
"I chose a Mazda because I did the research and learned that Mazda has some of the most reliable, feature-packed cars on the market," said Lauren Carter, Mazda's 10-millionth customer. "Mazda's cars are designed for people who are looking to get more out of their vehicle. I compared Mazda with other brands and models before purchasing and those other cars didn't compare. The Mazda3 is fun to drive and I can fit my guitar and amplifier in the trunk. For me, there's nothing better!"
"The first 10 million vehicles sold in the U.S. were reached through taking the road less traveled," said Jim O'Sullivan, president and CEO, MNAO. "The next 10 million will be accomplished by defying convention, continuing to push the limits of engineering and infusing every vehicle Mazda builds with the soul of a sports car."
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