Mazda Motor Corp.'s reputation for conjuring unique vehicles at the right time may well be on target again as the industry braces for changes in corportate average fuel economy (CAFE) standards. It is considered likely that the current study of CAFE by the National Research Council (NRC) will seek passenger-car fuel economy ratings for most sport/utility vehicles (SUVs) now classified as trucks. This would surely put the spotlight on Mazda's concept MX Sport Tourer, which is the same size ...
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