Where is the Mazda CX-7 made?

My dad has an old Mazda CX-7, and I know the brand is Japanese, but where is the SUV made?

Andrea Barrett · Answered on Sep 28, 2022
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Great question! The Mazda CX-7 was made in Hiroshima, Japan, in Mazda’s Ujina #2 factory, starting in early 2006. The vehicle served as Mazda’s mid-size crossover SUV and was first released in 2006. Although similar to the CX-9, the CX-7 was slightly smaller and sat on a different platform—it used the Ford C1 platform that was also used for the Ford Focus and Mazda 3.
You still may see some CX-7s on the road, but the SUV was discontinued in August 2012 in favor of the more popular Mazda CX-5.
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