Mazda Discontinues Two Models Due to Market Evolution
Here at Hall Mazda near Milwaukee, we love everything Mazda. From the classic Miata to new-blood CX-30 Turbo to the award-winning CX-5 and Mazda3 models, we’re happy to sell them all. The Mazda lineup can change pretty quickly, though. And it seems it’s about to again.
Is Mazda discontinuing some of its vehicles such as the Mazda6?
Mazda6, CX-3 Discontinued
On May 21, 2021, Mazda officially announced that the Mazda6 and Mazda CX-3 would be discontinued. Here’s the full statement:
For more than 100 years, Mazda has successfully navigated shifting consumer needs and an ever-changing industry with beautifully designed vehicles that are fun to drive. As consumer interests continue to evolve, Mazda will discontinue CX-3 and Mazda6 for the 2022 model year for the US market. Although these two vehicles will be leaving our lineup in the US, we are proud of the performance, design, quality, and safety they contributed to our brand.Inside Mazda – “Statement on Mazda6 and CX-3”
We have to say that we’re sad to see them go. The Mazda6 was an excellent mid-size sedan that punched way above its weight in terms of power and luxury. Similarly, the CX-3 represented a feature-to-price value that few other competing models could come close to. Who knows if they’ll stay gone, though. Mazda may decide to bring them back at some point or make spiritual successors to them. Only time will tell.
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