LAS VEGAS – Toyota Motor Corp. will offer a V-6 engine for the first time in the upcoming ’07 RAV4 small cross/utility vehicle, while competitor Honda Motor Co. Ltd. will stay the course by launching its next-generation CR-V next fall in the U.S. with continued 4-cyl. power. “(A V-6 is) under study right now,” John Mendel, senior vice president-automobile operations for American Honda Motor Co. Inc., tells Ward’s here at the 2005 Specialty Equipment Market Assn. show. Honda traditionally ...

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