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Mazda’s Shy-away Attempt At Paris Show May Be Good For Them

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The upcoming Paris Motor Show that’s set to wow the crowd in October this year could have one automaker that’s likely to take the backseat. Mazda may not be making to the list of brands that will show up during the event, and it could probably be a good thing for them.

Sure, there have been talks regarding Mazda’s involvement in the show and how it’s still an ongoing discussion. Of course we’d also like to see the Japanese carmaker showing off some very cool concepts and models, but perhaps pulling away might really be a better idea for them, considering the fact that it could be rather difficult to make an impact among France’s domestic auto makers – Renault, Peugeot, Citroen and DS.

But then again, it could also be a great sign for the Parisian market to see the side of the Japanese engineers’ masterpieces and be awed by their meticulously-designed cars too, right? Well, for what it’s worth, we’ll just have to keep our fingers crossed in hoping that Mazda would soon be appearing in any of the upcoming auto shows. We really want to see them in action.