DETROIT — Sources at Mazda Motor Corp. tell Ward's Automotive International that the company's unique but under-utilized Miller-cycle V-6 engine — used only in the “S” version of the slow-selling Millenia sedan — will be shelved as part of the consolidation efforts between Mazda and partner Ford Motor Co. It raises the specter that the Millenia itself may not be long for the world, as its front-drive platform is not shared with anything else in the Ford/Mazda universe. Now that the ...
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