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Mitsubishi began building vehicles all the way back in 1917 with the introduction of the Model A (based on the Fiat Tipo). During the 1950s the Japanese company restructured itself to become one of the most successful car companies in the world. In Australia, Mitsubishi sells seven different models including the popular Mirage, Lancer, Outlander, Pajero & Triton. Mitsubishi is currently the seventh best selling brand. It once built the Magna and 380 vehicles locally but has now become a full-time importer of Japanese vehicles.

Mitsubishi Reviews

Australia's cheapest new cars

Looking for a new car on a small budget? Here are eight of the cheapest new cars available Australia-wide, right now. As you would expect, they are all micro or light cars and, unless otherwise stated, the price excludes on-road costs like registration, stamp duty and CTP. If you shop around, though, you can find great drive-away deals and special offers...

2016 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport Exceed Review

The Mitsubishi Pajero Sport Exceed is a well-equipped and generally excellent family 4x4, and a huge step over the defunct Challenger.

2016 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport GLS Review

The Mitsubishi Pajero Sport is polarising in a style sense, but is the latest in a long line of serious-duty off-road SUVs. It also scores well on the value scale.

2016 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport Review

Mitsubishi has finally taken the wraps off the Challenger replacement and it's called the Pajero Sport. We hop in for a drive.

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Mitsubishi Videos

2016 Family 4x4 SUV Comparison - Everest v MU-X v Pajero Sport v Patrol v Fortuner

Read the article here. Buying a new family SUV is a big investment, and choosing the right one is important - especially when you're spending about $55,000. We recently assembled five family-friendly SUVs with off-road ability to figure out which rugged truck managed to double as a practical hauler for mums and dads...

2016 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport: Two- and four-wheel drive modes explained

Read the article here. During regular driving, the vehicle is normally driven in 2H, which is its two-wheel, rear-wheel drive mode. This mode reduces fuel consumption by just sending torque to the rear wheels and also gives you the flexibility of driving on all surfaces. Unlike some of its competitors, the Pajero Sport can also be driven in 4H mode on all surfaces...

2016 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport Exceed quick look review

Read the article here. To see how this car competes with others in its segment, check out our Family 4x4 SUV Comparison. The Mitsubishi Pajero Sport has made some strong inroads into the rugged large SUV segment since its Australian launch at the very end of 2016...

Dual-cab ute mega-test review: Ranger Colorado D-Max BT-50 Triton Navara HiLux Amarok

Read the article here. If there was ever a vehicle that typified the work hard / play hard Australian lifestyle, it is the double-cab ute. Tough, practical and pretty cool, these rugged pickups are winning plenty of favour with Australian buyers. But which one is best? We’ve gathered eight of the most popular models together and will put them through their paces over a series of challenges to find Australia’s Best Ute...

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Mitsubishi Comparisons

Family 4x4 SUV Comparison: Ford Everest v Isuzu MU-X v Mitsubishi Pajero Sport v Toyota Fortuner v Nissan Patrol

The current-day SUV boom isn’t all about softer, more car-like high-riding options designed with little more than a school run in mind. For many buyers out there, a family 4x4 still needs to be a proper off-roader, a tough-as-nails workhorse that blends a modicum of urban comfort with proper skills off the beaten path and has the ability to confidently and consistently tow loads...

Ute comparison: Ford Ranger v Holden Colorado v Isuzu D-Max v Mazda BT-50 v Mitsubishi Triton v Nissan Navara v Toyota HiLux v Volkswagen Amarok

Utes, pick-ups, trucks, dual-cabs, double-cabs – whatever you call them, these big four-door 4x4 haulers are massively important to buyers in Australia. The 4x4 utility segment has boomed in recent years, and it remains one of the strongest parts of the Australian new car market – indeed, roughly one in every 10 vehicles sold in this country will be a four-wheel-drive commercial vehicle...

2015 Nissan Navara RX v Mitsubishi Triton GLS : Comparison Review

The all-new Nissan Navara is the first mainstream dual cab offering to be fitted with a coil spring rear end. It promises to be better on road than the competition, but how will it fare with a load in the tray?

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Mitsubishi News

What is the difference between 2WD, 4WD and 4WD with differential lock?: Video explanation with the Mitsubishi Pajero Sport

We're often asked questions about four-wheel-driving, especially on the differences between four-wheel-drive modes in modern vehicles. CarAdvice reader Stacey owns a new Mitsubishi Pajero Sport and wasn't sure which modes she should be using during regular driving and off-road driving. Q: Hello. We just bought a Mitsubishi Pajero Sport and we absolutely love it...

Mitsubishi Motors falsified Japanese fuel economy results since 1991

Mitsubishi Motors has admitted that since 1991 it had been falsifying fuel economy data, at least in its home market. Overnight, Japan's sixth largest automaker announced the findings of an internal investigation, six days after it publicly admitted that it had "improperly" provided "better fuel consumption rates" to the Japanese government's Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT)...

Mitsubishi Motors admits to falsifying fuel use figures

Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) has admitted to falsifying fuel use figures for four vehicles sold in the Japanese market. The Japanese brand has confirmed that the "fuel consumption testing data submitted to the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT)" saw vehicles tested "improperly to present better fuel consumption rates than the actual rates"...

2016 Mitsubishi Triton and Pajero Sport recalled for tow-bar fix

Mitsubishi Motors Australia has this week issued a nationwide recall on a number of models in its 2016 MQ Triton and QE Pajero Sport lines fitted with a Mitsubishi Genuine Accessory tow-bar kit. The Japanese car maker reports that fastening bolts on the tow-bar may become loose during operation and could lead to the tow-bar becoming detached, presenting a safety hazard to occupants and other road users...

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Mitsubishi Owner Reviews

2015 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution FINAL Edition Review

So..... bought my Evo X FE about a month ago. In North America remove the Recaro's for the basic lancer seats and also removed the Rockford Fosgate stereo system....but replaced them with Bilstein shocks with Eibach springs which are not cheap, gunmetal chrome enkei wheels which in my opinion look alot better, also the gloss black roof looks good as well...

2016 Mitsubishi Pajero Sport Exceed (4x4) Review

We looked at many 4x4 vehicles that were not the traditional elevated tanks since we love our off road trips but also do a lot of city driving. The Pajero Sports was appealing on many fronts. The exterior style and technology features are of a high standard and were big draw cards. The reversing cameras and guides for parking are a big plus...

2015 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution FINAL Edition Review

The 2016 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X Final Edition is the last of its breed. It was conceived in 1992 as a road going version of Mitsubishi’s new World Rally Championship challenger. Evovling for over 20 years and cementing its legacy in Japan’s motorsport history. The Final Edition Evo is a compilation of all the technological achievements and design Mitsubishi has acquired from their rallying expertise over the years...

2015 Mitsubishi Outlander XLS (4x4) Review

So this is a return to an automatic (or CVT actually) after numerous manuals ... so why. My last car was a Nissan X-Trail T31 in 6 speed manual which no one wanted to trade because of the transmission. So the hunt began for an auto I could live with and I found the paddle shifter equipped Outlander XLS. This feature has become one of my favourite as it allows the engine to use its full range...

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