TOKYO — Mazda Motor Corp. says it may sell its new Premacy multipurpose passenger car in the U.S. as well as in Japan and Europe. Mazda originally decided against marketing the Premacy, a subcompact minivan, in the U.S. because of the vehicle's size, reports say. However, after reviewing the finished product, Mazda is weighing its options. Although U.S. consumers generally aren't excited by small utility vehicles, the Premacy offers the utility and functionality U.S. customers might be ...

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