Toyota global output up 1.3 pct; Mazda up 16.2 pct


TOKYO, March 26 (Reuters) - Japan's largest automaker, Toyota Motor Corp , said on Wednesday its global vehicle output rose 1.3 percent in February from a year earlier to 473,508 vehicles. Mitsubishi Motors Corp built 139,118 vehicles, up 3.5 percent, and Mazda Motor Corp produced 88,947 vehicles, up 16.2 percent. Honda Motor Co Ltd said earlier its global output for February was up 7.7 percent at 250,762 units.

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