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As Said From mazda its self

Mazda: Mazda isn’t detailing the damage (if any) sustained to its facilities during the earthquake, but notes it has suspended operation at two plants through March 16th in order to “ensure the safety of all employees and their families at its suppliers in the affected region.

Although the shutdown only affects two plants, those facilities are responsible for building much — if not all — of Mazda’s offerings. The Hiroshima plant handles Mazda2, Mazda5, CX-7, CX-9, and MX-5, and also builds most of the company’s engines. The Hofu factory builds both the Mazda3 and Japanese-spec Mazda6, and also produces automatic and manual transmissions.

The company notes it will announce any further production changes for March 17th and onward “as soon as a decision is made.”

Now looks like we'll have to wait a while for our Mazda 2 to get back online and off back order!
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