Mazda Motor Corp. today suspended U.S. dealer orders for vehicles made in Japan, as it prepares to shutter plants again after a brief reopening.
The suspension affects the May allocation for Mazda’s U.S. sales network, spokesman Jay Amestoy said. He said it was uncertain when dealer orders will resume.
Japan’s automakers have been forced to close plants across the country following this month’s earthquake, tsunami and nuclear crisis that has damaged factories, disrupted parts supplies and forced rolling blackouts to conserve electricity.
Mazda imports the Mazda2, Mazda3, MX-5 Miata, RX-8, CX-7, CX-9, and Mazda5 from Japan.
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