When Mazda?s "Activehicle" was unveiled at the Tokyo Show last fall, it was clear the Japanese manufacturer, while introducing that truly sport ute, was not only testing visitors reactions. Mazda was preparing a production vehicle derived from that concept sport ute ready to hit the road. Furthermore, its Ford Escape twin brother, was impatiently waiting for its official introduction at the Detroit Auto Show. Finally, Los Angeles and Montreal turned out to be the launching pads for the Mazda Tribute. As it appears, the Tribute will be at the Quebec City Auto Show from February 28th to March 5. Mazda has created a new market segment with its new SUV.