LAGUNA BEACH, CA – Mazda North American Operations plans to introduce a diesel engine “in the near future,” a top executive says. Robert Davis, senior vice president-research, development and quality, says oil burners are becoming more prominent in North America, and the auto maker has a diesel engine coming that will “fit all the necessary requirements.” However, there are some issues that must be addressed before Mazda can bring its diesel technology here. “In North America, most of ...

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