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90% Japan on my window sticker.
Trans, Engine, Assembly is Japan.
 

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vaBooM said:
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Hiroshima Japan
Final Assembly ^^

Engine and trans made in Japan. Mine says 0% parts from US/CDN and 80% parts sourced from Japan.
I wonder where the other 10-20 % of the remaining parts come from?

Mexico?

Why does the sedan seem to have 90% Japan parts, and the hatch have 80%. What's the big difference?
 

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Well on the Mazda6, maybe they did take the door frames from the bottom of the ocean since they have had the rust ( uhh staining) problem. Cheap shot, sorry all MZ6 owners :) Great car otherwise.
 

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Actually, I think it says 0% North America, so that cancel's out Mexico... though not Brazil and SA :)
 

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Saint-Gobain

Yea it's a French company with manufacturing facilities in 45 countries. I think the automotive glass division is based in Germany but it is also manufactured in US and Asia. Most German, French and Britich cars us Saint-Gobain or Sekurit Brand (also S-G) glass.

Ken
 

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I don't know where everything is made, but I do know who development was done by:

Engine & Transmission - Mazda in Japan
Chassis - Volvo in Europe
Suspension - Ford in Europe (Then tuned by Mazda in Japan)
 
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