Mazda sales in October surged by as much as 63 per cent to 5,647 units, helping the Japanese automaker to achieve year-to-date sales of 57,402 units.
The Mazda2 was the top-selling model with 3,770 units (67 per cent increase), followed by the CX-5 with 469 units (23 per cent growth), Mazda3 with 408 units (46 per cent increase), CX-3 with 294 units (57 per cent increase), BT-50 PRO with 704 units (99 per cent increase) and MX-5 with 2 units.
From January to October, Mazda sales reached 57,402 units, equivalent to an increase of 43 per cent compared to the same period last year.
Mazda has not introduced any new model this year, but the Hiroshima-based auto maker, along with other auto companies present in the Thai market, have been active with sales promotions that helped draw in more customers.
Mazda’s latest promotion is the “Mazda Lover” extended campaign from November 7 to December 10, offering low-interest/interest-free installment plans on 25-per cent down payment, plus free insurance and extended warranty of up to 5 years/100,000km.