CARMEL VALLEY, CA – What’s on the horizon for Mazda Motor Corp.’s new 200-hp MPV? Look for an optional entertainment system in the near-term, a sport model in the medium-term and -- in the program’s extended future -- all-wheel drive. As production gears up in Hiroshima, Japan, and Mazda’s ’02 minivan begins to roll off the line next month en route to a February launch, Vice President-Product Development Robert Davis promises a DVD player to enchant occupants of the five rear-seating ...
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