TOKYO, Sept 28 (Reuters) - Japan's Mitsubishi Motors Corp. (MMC) said on Wednesday it may consider extending an incentive programme that offers one year's worth of free gasoline to buyers of 2006 model-year vehicles. "We will study that possibility in future," President Osamu Masuko told reporters after a news conference. MMC, Japan's only unprofitable car maker, last week announced a programme to offer U.S. consumers one year's worth of gasoline with its 2005 model-year vehicles.
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