A revived Mazda Motor Corp. plans to offer this fall an in-vehicle entertainment system with its all-new MPV minivan and is considering adding more vehicles to its U.S. lineup following the debut of its small sport/utility vehicle in the '01 model year, a top company executive says. “What we have to do for Mazda is come up with a broad enough range of products that responds to the changing requirements of the customers,” Mark Fields, Mazda senior managing director in charge of marketing, ...

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