GENEVA – Mazda Motor Corp. provides a sneak peek at its next-generation 323, as it vows to keep the new-product and sales momentum going in Europe. The MX Sportif is a “strong hint” at the upcoming replacement for the 323, says Mazda President Lewis Booth. The new model, which shares some of its architecture with the next-generation Ford Focus for Europe but will be built in Japan, will arrive in the European market by the end of the year. The new model is expected to bow in full ...
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