Isuzu Motor Ltd. reportedly will supply 5,000-6,000 small trucks to Mazda Motor Corp. annually. Mazda will sell the 2- to 3-ton light trucks under its Titan truck brand. Isuzu provides the diesel engines for the current-generation Mazda Titan trucks, but the larger tie-up is expected to take effect by year’s end. The move is seen as mutually beneficial for both auto makers. The financially troubled Isuzu has been seeking ways to bolster its truck business, while Mazda expects to save ...

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