Don’t count Mitsubishi out just yet as the brand still has some plans for the U.S. market, including a new corporate face to be used across its entire lineup.
Mitsubishi is a small automaker that builds niche cars. Usually focusing on youthfulness, Mitsubishi controls a small devoted following.
It’s that time of the month again, folks. For a collectively painful but short period of time, manufacturers are putting their usual press release repertoire to the side, instead focusing on what really matters: the almighty dollar.
A big factor in selling cars is the power of the brand a model is tied to. With that in mind, these five brands must have a tough time moving units at their dealerships.
Performance is more than racing stripes, chin splitters or gigantic exhaust tips. Speed is not something you can simply apply with sticky film or push clips; it takes careful engineering and attention to detail.
Mitsubishi has announced a recall for an undisclosed amount of 2004 through 2005 Lancer sedans over malfunctioning airbags supplied by Takata.
“Soon” is quite possibly the least satisfying answer possible, yet we hear it countless times about exciting new cars.
The Mitsubishi Mirage is currently only available as a hatchback, but all signs point towards a sedan version coming to the United States.
Mitsubishi has crushed the record for the fastest EV at the Pikes Peak Hill Climb.
Mitsubishi has confirmed that 2015 will be the last year of production for its top performance car, the Lancer Evolution.
Mitsubishi is giving the Lancer Evolution a few upgrades for the 2015 model year, though the vitals all remain.
Transmissions play a big part in how your car drives, especially when it comes to fuel efficiency. Fuel efficient vehicles tend to use continuously variable transmissions, but they still aren’t universally praised.
The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution may be dead for now, but the standard Lancer lives on.
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Mitsubishi is calling back certain Outlander Sport models over issues with the ECU.
Mitsubishi has revised the Outlander Sport for the 2015 model year, giving the crossover slightly better fuel economy.
Mitsubishi has unveiled its entry for this year’s Pikes Peak International Hill Climb.
Fiat is planning a new large pickup to its lineup thanks to a partnership with Mitsubishi.
It’s not a common aspect some car shoppers pay attention to or look for, but poor visibility in a vehicle can directly affect how safe a vehicle is to drive.
Since the Gran Turismo video game franchise put out the call to automakers to design cars for its virtual streets, the results have all been stunning, and the new concept from Mitsubishi is no exception.
Contrary to past reports, the Mitsubishi Evo will not be discontinued at the end of the year.
Mitsubishi might not be known for its pickup trucks in the U.S., but that hasn’t stopped its L200 in becoming a success elsewhere.
Don’t expect the Mitsubishi Outlander plug-in hybrid to arrive at U.S. dealerships any time soon.
Eight major Japanese automakers have agreed to share engine research.
After one of the worst winters in recent memory America’s northern extremities are finally starting to thaw out. In addition to longer days, spring is also bringing warmer temperatures as the sun wakes up from hibernation. But were April car sales as nice? Did better weather get more people in the mood… to buy a…