Mazda Sales Thailand Co Ltd enjoyed brisk business at the 28th Motor Expo, with the booking hitting near 2,000 units in the first five days of the 12-day event.
Luring orders is the promise of prompt delivery of Mazda 2 and Mazda 3 upon booking, just when Toyota Motor Thailand took no order at the booth while Honda has to import vehicles for domestic sales.
At the event, Mazda also unveiled the all new Mazda BT-50 Pro.
Sureethip La-Ongthong Chomthongdee, marketing director of the company, said that automotive demand remains high, but supply could not catch up due to flood impacts. She noted that Mazda takes this opportunity to adjust its production plan and inventory management.
The company welcomed orders for 1,759 units of Mazda 2, a two-fold increase from its target.