Mazda CX-7 and Mazda Senku to Be Exhibited at 2006 Paris Int'l Motor Show


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HIROSHIMA - September 7, 2006: Mazda Motor Corporation will showcase the European version of the Mazda CX-7, its highly-anticipated crossover sport-utility vehicle (SUV), at the Paris International Motor Show to be held from Thursday, 28 September through Sunday, 15 October 2006.

Joining the Mazda CX-7 will be the all-new Mazda MX-5 Roadster Coupe with power retractable hard top and the all-new Mazda BT-50 pickup,

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Mazda Senku (2005 file photo)

which is even more stylish, practical and rugged than its successful B-Series predecessor. Also on hand will be the winner of the Grand Prix Du Plus Beau Concept Car at the XXIth Festival Automobile International in Paris in January, the Mazda Senku, making its first appearance at a European Motor Show.

Mazda will hold its press conference at the Mazda stand from 10:00 to 10:15 on Thursday, 28 September 2006. Detailed information and photos will be made available at that time.

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