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Mitsubishi roots go back as far as 1870, but the 1917 was the year Mitsubishi started to develop the Model-A passenger car, three years after the three-diamond logo was originally registered. In 1970 Chrysler purchased a 15% share in Mitsubishi Motors Corporation. The American automaker began selling rebadged Galants as Dodge Colts, introducing Mitsubishi cars to the North American marketplace. Similar deals have also been made with Hyundai, Volvo and PSA Peugot Citrëon.
Mitsubishi Sedan Reviews
Mitsubishi’s long-in-the-tooth Lancer gains all-wheel drive for 2012 in the hopes of attracting a few Snow Belt buyers.
The Evo’s incredible performance is matched only by a long list of attributes that make it hard to live with on a daily basis.
People always want what they can’t have. Roughly a decade ago, American car enthusiasts wanted the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution – and they wanted it bad. In 2003, it finally arrived, albeit a little watered down from the home market counterpart. Since then, the Evolution has become a mainstay among the enthusiast community.
The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution is a pumped up version of the new Lancer. Born out of the original 1981 Mitsubishi Lancer 2000 Turbo rally, 10 generations of high-performance Lancer Evolution models have been sold in Japan, Australia and other Asian markets.
Mitsubishi Compact Car Reviews
Mitsubishi Crossover Reviews
Mitsubishi aims for the heart of America’s small-crossover segment. Does this troubled Japanese brand hit the mark or miss its target entirely?
Mitsubishi SUV Reviews
More than just an Evo grille, the Outlander GT adds Mitsubishi’s high-tech S-AWC all-wheel drive system to deliver a crossover with incredible handling and grip.
Not to be confused with the Outlander GT, the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport is an all-new and smaller model, designed to rival small crossovers like the Honda, CR-V, Toyota RAV4 and the new Hyundai Tucson.
An often-overlooked choice in the crossover category, the Outlander is an alternative to the more sedate choices from more conventional automakers
Mitsubishi’s best selling crossover is based on the Lancer platform, making it nice and agile, but it’s hardly a compact SUV.
Mitsubishi Sub-Compact Car Reviews
If you can’t afford the $15,000 Nissan Versa Note, the alternative isn’t very pretty.
The Mirage is the sort of car we’re predisposed to dislike: Irritatingly slow, excruciatingly loud and unrewarding to drive. And yet we find ourselves regarding the Mirage with respect, if not quite affection. Why? Because it's an unapologetic budget car that is cheap to buy, laden with value and ridiculously fuel efficient.
Mitsubishi Hybrid Car Reviews
You might have written off Mitsubishi as a near-dead North American manufacturer, but that would be premature. The Outlander PHEV is on its way and it might be good enough to save the brand.
Mitsubishi Sports Car Reviews
Combining every conceivably different factor from powertrain, to drivetrain, to country of origin, this shootout has it all.
Mitsubishi Coupe Reviews
It might be the only good product Mitsubishi has to offer, and the Evo tries hard to make up for the rest by being better than any one car should be.
Mitsubishi News View All Mitsubishi News
The Mitsubishi Mirage might be the last vehicle you think of when it comes to race cars. The Japanese automaker has unveiled the Mitsubishi R5, a rally car based on the Mirage and ”designed to take on the worlds’ (sic) best.” Developed by Mpart/Ralliart Sweden, the R5 is powered by a 1,600-cc variant of the... more
Ahead of the Paris Motor Show, Mitsubishi just revealed a concept preview of what will eventually become a sportier, more premium package offered with its Outlander Plug-In Hybrid SUV. Mitsubishi’s emaciated product line in North America might have you fooled into thinking it is about to be a dead brand, but in other parts of... more
The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution will get a small price cut for its final model year. The Japanese automaker has announced that the 2015 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution GSR will be priced from $35,305 including destination, a $500 price decrease compared to the 2014 model year. Those shopping for the Lancer Evolution MR will be staring at... more
Like memories of band camp August is dead and buried. Regrettably the eighth month of the year didn’t go quietly; it took summer down with it. Sure, the season’s not officially over but we’re too emotionally devastated about the loss to care. At least new-vehicle sales in the U.S. were strong. Overall deliveries for the... more
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. Expect the new look Mitsubishi to arrive in 2015 for 2016 model year vehicles, starting with the affordable Mitsubishi Mirage subcompact. The redesign includes a new grille... more
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. Of course, we’re talking about automobile sales and the month of July was nothing to shake a... more