Even though Mazda profits for the latest fiscal year were up 35 percent, due to streamlining costs and better exchange rates overseas, things aren't perfect for the company. Analysts (those damn analysts) were expecting even better numbers. The company says they will see net income rise another 20 percent next year with a new Miata, sorry MX-5, Mazda 5 and MazdaSpeed6 all going on sale this year. We're still heavily on the Mazda bandwagon as far as ther products, but have not been impressed with their marketing or advertising. They need to hire the guys doing the new Jetta commercials, quick.
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