Mazda re-enters Greek market later this year
Mazda today announced that together with its partner Syngelidis Group, it will restart sales of new vehicles in Greece later this year. The first POS will be a flagship store in the south of Athens, which will open this summer.
The Japanese OEM first entered the Greek market in 1982 and ended sales operations in 2014 when local importer Elma SA went bankrupt. Today Mazda operates a network of 14 authorised Mazda repairers, which supply service, maintenance and original Mazda parts nationwide.