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Mitsubishi Concept XR-PHEV II Brings Design Changes, Updated Powertrain


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This year in Geneva Mitsubishi is offering a sequel to the Concept XR-PHEV unveiled at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show. Unsurprisingly called Concept XR-PHEV II, the study is a small SUV powered by a new plug-in hybrid EV (PHEV) system.

All-New Mitsubishi L200 Debuting at the Geneva Motor Show


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This is the all-new Mitsubishi L200 and it’s going to debut at the Geneva Motor Show early next month. If you find it familiar, you’re right – it’s the same car as the Mitsubishi Triton unveiled in late 2014 in Thailand.

Delayed U.S. Launch For Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV Now Set For April 2016


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Any mention of the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV needed to be followed by, "It's still coming," by company officials. Now there's a new launch date, but this one seems pretty likely.

Mitsubishi Reminds Us It's Still Alive With Reheated Concept GC-PHEV in Chicago


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If designers had their way without giving two cents about what their managers think or what reality commands, this is what the next Mitsubishi Montero or Pajero would look like.

Mitsubishi Looks at Nissan as Possible Midsize Sedan Partner


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Mitsubishi has given up on launching a new Galant larger midsize sedan, yet it’s still trying to get a replacement to its aging Lancer on the market, even if that means collaborating with rivals Nissan.

2015 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport Gets Optional 168HP 2.4-Liter Engine


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Mitsubishi has given the 2015 Outlander Sport (known as the ASX in Europe) a more powerful engine option in the US, which produces an extra 20 horsepower over the base engine. The new 2.4-liter four-cylinder unit is rated at 168hp, compared to 148hp produced by the standard 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine. Fuel economy and performance figures haven’t been released yet.

Mitsubishi Says This Is its All-New Study for Geneva, but Haven't We Seen it Before?


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Mitsubishi says it will bring an all-new concept car at the Geneva Motor Show in March, a vehicle which represents a “declaration of intent” for the company’s future directions.

Plans For New Mitsubishi Midsize Sedan From Renault-Nissan Reportedly Stalled


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Mitsubishi's US dealers may have received a big boost in sales in 2014, but hopes that they'd be able to re-enter the midsize sedan segment could be squashed.

Mitsubishi UK Targets Premium Segment With High-Spec and -Priced Outlander PHEV


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If you're Mitsubishi and you're looking for a way to attract more customers in the UK, going all out with your plug-in hybrid Outlander model sounds like a good way to start.

Mitsubishi's Chicago Auto Show Debut Might Just Be The Old GC-PHEV Concept


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Mitsubishi is trying to drum up some false hype with a new flyer claiming that next month's Chicago Auto Show will see "The Return of a Legend".

Mitsubishi Tries its Luck with the Attrage Sedan in Europe


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Already on sale in Asia and soon to arrive in North America as the Mirage sedan, the Mitsubishi Attrage  officially debuted in Europe yesterday at the Brussels Motor Show.

2017 Mitsubishi Lancer Puts On Brand’s New Styling Language in Render-Land


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It was reported in November that Mitsubishi will source a compact sedan (most likely the replacement for the Lancer) from the Renault Nissan Alliance.

It is not yet clear which brand will provide the donor car, and the name of the model that will be used as a basis by Mitsubishi is also a mystery.

Mitsubishi Announces New L200 Challenger Edition for UK


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The current Mitsubishi L200 (launched in 2004) is set to be replaced by an all-new model that we’ve already seen bearing a Triton badge.

The all-new version will debut across Europe and the UK in later this year, but before then the manufacturer will most likely be doing deals to try to get rid of its stock of old models.

Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X Spawns 473HP Final Concept at the Tokyo Auto Salon


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As a Mitsubishi USA executive said in a report a month ago, Mitsubishi will say goodbye to the Lancer Evo X with a special edition model that will bring performance and styling upgrades. Scheduled to be unveiled at the 2015 Tokyo Auto Salon (January 9-11), the last model based on the Evolution X is called Final Concept and is based on the GSR variant.

Mitsubishi Sending Off Lancer Evo X with More Powerful Limited Edition in 2015


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If you thought the 2015 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution was your last chance to get a brand new Evo X in the United States, the Japanese automaker has some good news for you.

Mitsubishi to Bring Mirage Sedan to U.S.; Rent-a-Car Companies Rejoice


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You know Mitsubishi is in a sad state when one of the biggest production car news coming from the LA Show is a confirmation that the Mirage sedan is heading to the States.

Distracted Taiwanese Woman Runs Over A Couple Of Cars


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A distracted driver from Taiwan was involved in a bizarre accident when she accidentally collided and rolled over two passengers cars in Kaohsiung City.

Mitsubishi Wants to Reassure US Buyers About its Future With a…1 Year Old Concept


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How can you reassure edgy customers about your brand's future? Well, introducing something completely new is a good start, but no, Mitsubishi thinks it can keep the flame alive by bringing a one-year-old concept to LA.

Mitsubishi's All-New Triton Unveiled in Thailand Is the New L200


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Mitsubishi has unveiled the all-new Triton pickup truck in Thailand today, the country where the model is built at the Laem Chabang Plant. Known as the L200 in most export markets, the new Mitsubishi Triton will eventually go on sale in some 150 countries from the ASEAN region, Oceania, the Middle East, Europe, Africa and Latin America.

Mitsubishi Set for Profit in North America, Mulls Bringing Pajero SUV and Mirage Sedan


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After seven years of losses and declining sales, Mitsubishi expects an operating profit and a rise in sales in North America. Moreover, it plans to build on the momentum and introduce new nameplates.