Mazda Motor Europe set a November record for retail sales volume last month, selling 23,000 units, increasing sales by 12.4% and outperforming the European automotive industry, which grew by about 3% in the month.

So far this year, Mazda Europe sales are up 13% to about 283,200 units in Europe.

The UK increased sales by 10% year-on-year. Russia volume of 2,660 units was up 8%.

Sales in France increased by 20% year-on-year, and by 5% in Germany. Sales in Norway were up 23%, Finland (incl. all three Baltic countries) was up 18% and Sweden up 10% compared with last November. Belgium (incl. Luxembourg) increased sales by 6%, Ireland by 3%, while retail sales in Austria (incl. South Eastern European countries) and Switzerland held steady with increases just under 1% year-on-year.