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2021 Mitsubishi ASX price and specs: Four special editions added to range
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3rd Jun 2021
3 min read

2021 Mitsubishi ASX price and specs: Four special editions added to range

The 2021 Mitsubishi ASX range has been expanded with the addition of four limited-edition variants. Intended to help navigate COVID- and semiconductor shortage-related supply constraints, the ES-L, ES Plus, MR Plus and XLS Plus versions of Mitsubishi's strong-selling ASX small SUV are available to order now, and bundle in a selection of customer-favourite features to target private buyers.
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Alex Misoyannis
Mitsubishi loses Supreme Court appeal on “misleading and deceptive” fuel consumption claim
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24th May 2021
7 min read

Mitsubishi loses Supreme Court appeal on “misleading and deceptive” fuel consumption claim

EXCLUSIVE A landmark case in the Victorian Supreme Court has set a precedent for government-mandated fuel rating label figures for more than 15 million new cars sold in Australia over the past 20 years. The ruling could have far reaching implications for vehicle manufacturers whose customers cannot match real-world fuel consumption with fuel rating label estimates.
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Joshua Dowling
2021 Mitsubishi Triton prices rise for the third time in eight months
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17th May 2021
2 min read

2021 Mitsubishi Triton prices rise for the third time in eight months

The 2021 Mitsubishi Triton has received a fresh round of price rises in the lead-up to the end of the financial year on June 30 and the biggest month for sales of utes and vans. The third price rise for the Mitsubishi Triton in eight months amounts to increases of between $250 and $450 in most cases. A confidential Mitsubishi dealer bulletin shows 13 of the 22 models have drive-away pricing deals, and only some variants have received equipment changes.
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Joshua Dowling
Mitsubishi Express van gets zero stars for safety, lowest score recorded in Australia
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1st Mar 2021
6 min read

Mitsubishi Express van gets zero stars for safety, lowest score recorded in Australia

The Mitsubishi Express van – a rebadged version of the Renault Trafic – has been issued the lowest safety rating ever applied to a vehicle in Australia. The zero star rating by the Australasian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) is the lowest safety score issued in the 28-year history of the independent authority. Despite the shock result, representatives for both car companies said there are “no current plans” to withdraw the Mitsubishi Express or Renault Trafic vans from sale locally.
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Joshua Dowling