6 Joint Creations of Russia And Japan

Joint Creations of Russia And Japan

Posted on November 15, 2012 by team


Japanese company “Mazda” and Russian company “Sollers” started to assemble cars together. Their first joint creation is a crossover Mazda CX-5. In spring 2013 they will start serial production of a business-sedan Mazda6.

It’s the start of the assembly line of CX-5.

At the first stage they plan to make 50 000 units a year.

80 million dollars was invested in the project.

The company plans to assemble Mazda6 and CX-5 in Vladivostok.

By the end of 2012 they will also have started production of an off-road vehicle Toyota Land Cruiser Prado in Vladivostok.

via smitsmitty

 

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6 Responses to “Joint Creations of Russia And Japan”

  1. bob says:

    After a hard days work, they go home to drink vodka and kill some dogs.

  2. Foq says:

    well, here’s hoping that those mazdas won’t make it to US..
    they are of a crappy quality already as it is.

  3. Emperor Norton says:

    Russian-Japense? I predict a small, uncomfortable car that is nearly indestructible. Soon to be covered with elaborate custom paint jobs or converted to farming equipment.

  4. ProudGerman says:

    Mazda is not a quality vehicle many, many problems.

  5. w says:

    Why assemble Jap cars in Vladivostok – that makes no sense. Is East Russian labour that cheap it is viable?

    • Tiger says:

      It makes sense due to the tariffs on import cars and of course due to the fact that the price of labor is actually cheaper than in Japan with its unions.

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