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April sales slip at Mazda Motor Europe

Mazda’s European sales in April have slipped slightly from 26,000 units last year to 22,800 units this year.

However, Mazda's European sales from January to April were up by 11% to almost 108,000 vehicles sold.

A total of 11 markets increased sales year-on-year, with four markets reporting record performances. Russia had a record April for volume, at 2,600 units, up 76% year-on-year.

Spain had a record April for volume and estimated market share, at 1,500 units and 1.0% respectively.

Italy and Portugal each achieved April records for predicted market share, at 0.9% and 1.5% respectively. Finland had its best April in fifteen years, selling over 900 units, which is up 42% versus last April. Greece had its best April since 1992 for volume, at 630 units, up 14% year-on-year.

Other markets reporting good results were the Netherlands, up 86% and Norway, up 61%.

Germany increased registration by 7.8% year-on-year. Denmark sales were up 6.6% and up by 4.2% in Switzerland. Mazda’s Scandinavian organisation sold 1,300 units and increasing sales by almost 11% across the region.

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