GENEVA — Sport/utility vehicles may not easily fit in European garages, parking spots or on narrow streets, but if the Geneva auto show is any indication, automakers hope local customers just don't care. While SUV drivers may have to get a second job just to pay for high-priced fuel, most of the vehicles shown at the show hit European dealerships sometime this year. Ford Motor Co. and its affiliate Mazda Motor Corp. will launch their latest SUVs in Europe during the second half of the ...

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