With total sales of 1,384, the 2014 CX-5 has now enjoyed eight consecutive months of increased sales, rising year-over-year by 63 per cent and 61 per cent year-to-date compared to 2012.
That brightened an otherwise gloomy September sales picture for the automaker as announced overall sales of 5,647 represented a decrease of 16 per cent compared to September 2012.
Total year-to-date sales of 55,604 are down by 4 per cent versus 2012.
Clark Colby, director of sales operations was optimistic the 2014 Mazda3s would turn the tide.
“With the all-new 2014 Mazda3 now arriving in our dealer showrooms, this is the beginning of an exciting time for Mazda and our customers.
“The 2014 Mazda3 is a revolutionary compact car that will quickly become the benchmark in the segment for its combination of excellent driving dynamics, exceptional fuel efficiency, and class-above technology.”
CX-5 enjoys eighth straight month of YOY sales increases.
MX-5 increases sales by 12 per cent over previous year.
Year-to-date sales for Mazda6 have risen by 10 per cent.
CX-9 sales are up 22 per cent year-to-date.