DETROIT – Mazda North American Operations is in the midst of a study to determine whether Americans are ready for diesel engines, as it eyes offering its own entry in the market, a top engineer says. “We haven’t made any determination yet, but we see it as an opportunity,” Robert Davis, senior vice president-research, development and quality, tells at the North American International Auto Show here. “Right now the only real active diesel players (in the U.S.) are the Europeans, either ...
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