SAN DIEGO – Mazda Motor Corp. may share vehicle platforms with a trio of pending Ford Motor Co. hybrids, but the Japanese auto maker has no plans to offer the powertrain technology in its own versions. “We looked at the (Ford) hybrid Escape program and as of right now we’re not going to participate, says Robert T. Davis, senior vice president-marketing and product development, Mazda North American Operations. Mazda not planning hybrid version of Tribute. The Mazda Tribute ...

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