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Where is the Mazda CX7 made?

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The Mazda CX7 is made in the Mazda Motor Corporation's facility in Hiroshima, Japan. The Hiroshima facility, located in the Miyoshi ward, manufactures several performance models, including the CX7 crossover SUV, MX5 roadster, sporty RX8 and Mazda 5 Mini-van. The Mazda CX7 is available for model years 2007 through 2012.

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The majority of Mazda vehicles are manufactured and assembled in the facilities in Hiroshima and Hofu, Yamaguchi, Japan. Several Mazda models are produced in America, at the Auto Alliance international facility. Models which are made at the facility in Flat Rock, Michigan and assembled in Kansas City, Missouri, include the Mazda Tribute and Mazda 6.

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