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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

2015 Mitsubishi Mirage Review : Long-term report three

Tim compares his long-term Mirage with a Nissan Micra, and almost a Lamborghini Aventador...

2015 Mitsubishi Lancer ES Sport Review

I was 17 years old and busily preparing for my final school exams when the current-generation Mitsubishi Lancer first went on sale in Australia. Little did that pimply teen know that in eight years he’d be road testing that same car – albeit refreshed with a few updates over that timeframe...

2015 Mitsubishi Challenger Review

It's due for a replacement soon, but the ageing Mitsubishi Challenger still packs a punch off-road. Tough as nails and bulletproof, there might be some life in the old dog yet.

2016 Mitsubishi Triton GLS Review

The new-generation Mitsubishi Triton is better than ever before. Matt Campbell samples what could be the pick of the range, the GLS.

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Mitsubishi Videos

2015 Mitsubishi Lancer ES Sport Review

The Mitsubishi Lancer is now eight years old, which doesn’t put it quite in Land Rover Defender territory, though it is long in the tooth for a popular model. Today we’ve got the current base model, the ES Sport. As a manual it’s available from just $18,990, while this CVT with metallic paint costs about $21,500, making it one of the cheapest small autos from a mainstream brand...

Mitsubishi Triton Exceed v Isuzu D-Max LS-Terrain Comparison Review

There's never been a better time than right now to be guying a new dual cab utility in Australia. If you need a truck that's capable of tackling the working week but also dealing with family duties on the weekend, you've never had more choice than you have in 2015. Two of the more utilitarian options in the segment have always been the Isuzu D-Max and Mitsubishi Triton...

2015 Mitsubishi Mirage LS Review

Read the article here. The Mitsubishi Mirage is the best-selling micro car on the market in Australia. The Mirage is also one of the cheapest models available from a brand that’s a household name. So if you’re in the market for a first car, a cheap second car for the family or maybe something to get you to bowls and back, should you take a look at a Mirage? I doubt many people are going to buy the Mirage for the way it looks...

2015 Mitsubishi Triton 4x4 Dual Cab : Run Out review

Read our review of the new 2016 Mitsubishi Triton here. The Mitsubishi Triton dual cab ute has been a tough as nails work horse since its initial release in 2008. This current model is due to be replaced in the second part of this year though, so what that means, if you are a clever shopper you can get some tremendous runout bargains on the current model before the new one is released...

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Mitsubishi Comparisons

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?

Toyota Landcruiser Prado Altitude v Mitsubishi Pajero GLS : Comparison Review

The Toyota Landcruiser Prado has long been the go-to choice for drivers after seven seats and serious off-road ability. Does the Landcruiser Prado Altitude live up to that name?

Mitsubishi Triton Exceed v Isuzu D-Max LS-Terrain: Comparison Review

Mitsubishi's all-new Triton is more refined, and more impressive than it's ever been. A significant step forward from the outgoing model, we put it head-to-head with the Isuzu D-Max.

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Mitsubishi News

Australia doesn’t love utes – it loves pick-up trucks

I call a ute a ute. I don’t call it a pick-up. I don’t call it a truck (although I like the macho nature of the word truck). It’s clear, however, that the word 'ute' is being phased out of car company marketing chit-chat, and it could well be that buyers are following the same path...

Deals on wheels: Discounted new cars

It’s time for the latest installment of Deals on Wheels, which looks at four factory-backed special offers for all you weekend shoppers. This isn’t a promotional campaign, just us trying to offer you some interesting suggestions if you’re in the market for some new wheels. Kia Pro_Cee’d GT The Kia Pro_Cee’d GT is one of our very favourite hot hatches, despite its minuscule sales...

2016 Mitsubishi Challenger revealed

The third-generation Mitsubishi Challenger has been unveiled at an event in Thailand. Known in Asian markets as the Pajero Sport, the new car, like the generations before it, is based on the Triton ute. Under the bonnet, the new Challenger is powered by a 2.4-litre turbo-diesel engine...

Mitsubishi to end car production in the USA

Mitsubishi announced overnight that it will cease manufacturing vehicles in the USA by the close of 2015. Dan Irvin, a spokesman for Mitsubishi North America, told the Associated Press that, after reviewing its global supply chain, a decision was made to cease production at the company's factory in Normal, Illinois on November 30, 2015...

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Mitsubishi Owner Reviews

2010 Mitsubishi Pajero Gl LWB Review

I am no professional when it comes to assessing vehicles but I have driven and owned a few four wheel drives (over 50 years. International Scout, Willys Jeep, Landrover and a Toyota 100 series). I purchased the Pajero based on its reliability and performance based on Dakar Rally reviews. Twelve Dakar wins is not something to be sneezed at...

2015 Mitsubishi Asx Ls (4wd) Review

Picked my ASX diesel from Newcastle NSW and drove back to Gold Coast. I managed to get 5.2/litres per hundred. Which I thought was pretty good at the first attempt. Probably could have had a lower result except there were a lot of road works on the Pacific Hwy. The radio had good reception. My Bluetooth streaming sounded good. Phoning seems to work well...

2014 Mitsubishi Lancer Gsr Sportback Review

Our lancer GSR replaced our 2007 380 SX and a 2007 CH 2.4 lancer ES wagon. The lancer is one of the bigger cars in this class and being a hatchback it has proven a handy IKEA hauler and not too drastic a down size from the 380. Front leg room is good and front seats are comfortable and there are handy storage and drink compartments...

2014 Mitsubishi Pajero Vr-x LWB Review

Biggest positive is price when compared to Toyota and Nissan. We got ours about 12 months ago for $52,000 that included a $4000 cash back and $2000 worth of accessories. So far its been reliable as well after travelling 45,000kms including numerous outback tracks and across the Nullarbor and back. The biggest negative however is towing...

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