DETROIT — Mazda Motor Corp. will be making some changes to its popular Miata roadster to keep competitive in the ever-crowding segment, says Richard Beattie, Mazda North American Operations' president and chief operating officer. After several years of being the only reasonably priced vehicle in the segment, Mazda now must contend with BMW AG's Z3, Honda Motor Co. Ltd.'s S-2000, and soon, Toyota Motor Corp.'s MR-2 Spyder. “Whenever you get new entries in the segment, it clearly is a ...
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