GENEVA – Mazda Motor Corp. is demonstrating significant interest in the emerging cross/utility vehicle (CUV) market. Seiichi Omoto, Mazda 6 program manager, says the Japan-based auto maker is studying a CUV concept based on the all-new midsize car platform. And while there are no hard-and-fast plans to build this vehicle, a company source tells Ward's a production version of its MX Sport Runabout concept will debut in Europe next year, with a view to replace Mazda’s Demio small car ...

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