TARRYTOWN, NY – Mazda Motor Corp., based in Hiroshima, Japan, has given its North American operations more freedom in product planning, and the result is a successful cross/utility vehicle lineup, a top executive says. “This has led to the creation of two new vehicles that (have) hit the heart of the fastest-growing segment in the industry,” says Mazda North American Operations President and CEO Jim O’Sullivan of the auto maker’s CX-7 and CX-9 CUVs. “They were designed and engineered ...
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