Europe's growing monospace vehicle segment will get a bit more crowded with the introduction of at least two more entries breaking cover at this month's Geneva auto show. Both Mazda Motor Corp. and Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. are showing their offerings to this segment, which accounts currently for about 2% of the vehicle market and is expected to grow to 10% by 2005. Also expected to grab attention at the show is a host of new luxury coupes and convertibles. The Mazda Premacy goes on sale in ...
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