NEW YORK – Mazda Motor Corp. is going to move up "a little bit, but we're not going to become premium," outgoing President and CEO Mark Fields says here, in an update of the car maker’s “Millennium” plan. Mazda6 The Mazda brand will remain a value item with customers in the U.S., says Charles R. Hughes, president and CEO of Mazda's North American operations. He says Mazda will be priced competitively with other Japanese cars. Hughes also says Mazda expects to grow its ...

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