Mitsubishi dealers are expecting better vehicle supply this year from the automaker amid strong demand. They're also getting new vehicle trims for 2023, but no new models.
Mitsubishi Motors North America had its make meeting Sunday at the NADA Show in Dallas.
"What we heard today was a very positive plan for us to keep market share and grow market share," said Richard Herod III, chairman of the Mitsubishi National Advisory Board.
"What I see is distribution of those vehicles to be greater this year than last year and a stabilization of our inventory," said Herod, managing partner at White Bear Mitsubishi in White Bear Lake, Minn.
The automaker's U.S. sales last year slipped 16 percent to 85,810, leaving dealers with more customers than cars.