AutoAlliance International

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For other uses of the name AutoAlliance, see AutoAlliance.

AutoAlliance International (AAI) is the name of a joint venture automobile assembly firm co-owned by Ford Motor Company and Mazda Motor Corporation. Located in Flat Rock, Michigan, Mazda purchased Ford's unused Michigan Casting Center for production of 626 sedans. AAI produced every Mazda 626, Mazda MX-6 and Ford Probe (all related) sold in America since 1987. Ford bought 50% of the plant back and built the Ford Contour-derived Mercury Cougar from 1999-2002. It now produces the Mazda 6 and the new version of the Ford Mustang introduced in the fall of 2004.

The plant opened in September of 1987 as Mazda Motor Manufacturing (USA). It became a joint-venture and was renamed in 1992.

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