WASHINGTON – More cross/utility vehicles could be in the cards for BMW AG, a top U.S. executive confirms. “We’re monitoring a (CUV) for Mini and perhaps a vehicle of this type that’s smaller than the X3 (for the BMW brand),” BMW of North America LLC Chairman and CEO Tom Purves tells Ward’s at the recent auto show here. He also says BMW actively will be selling diesels in the U.S. within two to three years. Meanwhile, BMW is mulling whether to expand production in North America, despite ...

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