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Mazda Space Wagon

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June 4, 2004

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Mazda Motor Corporation heads into the 74th Geneva International Motor Show with the world debut of its newest concept vehicle, the MX-Flexa. The six-seat concept demonstrates one possible direction Mazda could take in creating a future space wagon.

The MX-Flexa concept showcases key elements that could further improve Mazda's position in the growing space wagon segment. With this project, the design team put particular focus on adding new levels of emotional appeal.

The MX-Flexa features an appealing exterior design, high levels of interior functionality and comfort, and superior dynamic performance, in a concept vehicle that could further improve Mazda's position in the growing space wagon segment in Europe.

The Geneva show opens to the public from March 4 to March 14, 2004.

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