7 July 2004

Mazda’s Tribute (right), Premacy and MPV (below) models are on the way out, although there is enough stock left to satisfy up to six months’ demand. The three cars will not be replaced. An MPV based on the MX-Flexa concept first shown at the Tokyo Motor Show in 2003 will arrive in the UK next spring, but according to Mazda, it’s a different class of car. Previously referred to as the Mazda 4, its final name has yet to be decided. If faithful to the concept, it will seat six and, like Mitsubishi’s Grandis, will be somewhere between midi- and full-size MPVs.

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