Major car brand could revive its most popular model after pulling it from sale just months ago | The Sun

A MAJOR car brand could be bringing back its most loved model after cutting it from the market just months ago.

Rumours of the Mazda 6 revival were squashed by company bosses as the industry giant focused on the launch of two new cars.

It had been pulled from sale after an impressive 20 years and drivers were shocked to see it go.

However a U-turn could be on the table, according to Best Car – who claim profit made by the CV-60 and CX-80 in Europe has sparked interest in reinstating the popular model.

Previously a Mazda spokesperson admitted: “Declining UK sales in the saloon and estate car sector, mean we have ended sales of the Mazda 6 in the UK.

"However, the Mazda 6 will continue to be sold in some European markets.”

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But, now that sales are rising in Europe, as well as increasing popularity of the bulkier CX-70 and CX-90 cars in North America, Mazda could bring back the mid-size sedan.

This comes as the world famous car brand discontinued its top of the range electric vehicle following negative customer reviews.

Mazda pulled the plug on its MX-30 model in the US just two years after its fully electric vehicle went into production.

Critics at Top Gear blasted the SUV as being a “weird little crossover” and an “underperformer”.

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While Auto Express was not quite so harsh, describing it as a “stylish and unorthodox choice”.

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