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Mitsubishi Motors will continue to focus on the crossover market, while cutting out the Lancer compact sedan, a former mainstay in the brand's U.S. lineup, Mitsubishi executives said.
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Mitsubishi Motors is recalling 82,436 vehicles from the 2015 and 2016 model years because a transmission problem could delay acceleration.
Mitsubishi’s newest crossover has been spotted undergoing tests in the California desert, signaling that the troubled automaker is moving ahead with plans to retool its crossover lineup in the U.S.
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The Japanese carmaker offered a sneak peek at the all-wheel-drive, electrified crossover ahead of the Detroit auto show.
Mitsubishi offered a sneak peek at the U.S. version of the Outlander PHEV plug-in hybrid crossover at an event Thursday evening ahead of the Detroit auto show.
Mitsubishi's updated Outlander Sport compact crossover and Mirage subcompact car will sport the “dynamic shield” styling language created for Mitsubishi by veteran Nissan designer Tsunehiro Kunimoto.
The rebuilding of the Civic lineup continues in Los Angeles next week as Honda debuts the second of five new Civics. The Civic coupe will get its world debut at the L.A. show.
Mitsubishi seems unlikely to leave the U.S. market despite closing its Illinois factory, but skeptics still wonder if the Japanese brand is the next Suzuki.
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