Mazda North American Operations says it will build a production version of its concept MX-Crossport cross/utility vehicle, shown at the Detroit auto show in January. The production model will be dubbed the CX-7 and launch in 2006. “The addition of the CX-7 to the Mazda lineup is a critical step forward for us in terms of our ability to grow Mazda's business in North America," says Jim O'Sullivan, MNAO president and CEO. CX is the moniker all Mazda CUVs now will carry worldwide, the ...

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