Honda is up 18.4 percent, Toyota 11.9 percent and Nissan is up 1.1 percent in total worldwide production in August. Things seem to be going well. Mitsubishi, not surprisingly, fell 25.9 percent. What I can't understand is why Mazda is slipping even 2 percent. The company has some of the best cars on the road. One last time I'll rant that Zoom-Zoom is no longer working. What good is having a recognizable catch phrase if no one's buying? I'd even go so far as launching a new campaign that makes a big deal of scrapping Zoom-Zoom. The cars are more than that and all I thik about when I hear those words is the creepy kid. Anyway…at least with current trends Mazda will probably overtake Mitsubishi soon.
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