Mazda has announced that they’ve now produced more than one million SKYACTIV vehicles since the technology’s debut in November of 2011. The company has three full-SKYACTIV vehicles, which include the CX-5, Mazda6, and Mazda3. As of the end of March 2014, Mazda had produced 1,040,000 units of these three vehicles.
All three models adopt the full range of Mazda’s SKYACTIV technologies. The milestone was achieved approximately two years and four months after production of the Mazda CX-5 began in November 2011.
On reaching one million units, Mazda’s Representative Director, President and CEO, Masamichi Kogai said, “At Mazda we put everything into developing our SKYACTIV vehicles, and it is because these models have struck a chord with a wide range of customers all over the world that we have reached the one million-unit landmark. On behalf of Mazda, let me express my gratitude to each and every person who bought one of our cars. With our undying challenging spirit and a great deal of hard work, Mazda will continue to make even more appealing cars that will enrich the lives of their owners, and help us build a strong and lasting bond with our customers.”
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