With the U.S set to get Mazda Motor Corp.'s first sport/utility vehicle (SUV) in several years, the Japanese automaker says it may add larger light trucks to its product lineup here. The scenario for a full-size pickup is more likely than a full-size SUV, according to Richard Beattie, president and chief operating officer of Mazda's North American Operations. “(A full-size SUV) is a possibility. But I think from Mazda's point of view we've been known as a manufacturer that provides smaller ...

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