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2020 Mitsubishi Express price and specs

Mitsubishi Motors Australia has released the price, warranty and maintenance details of the the new Mitsubishi Express van range ahead of its July on-sale date. The new Express revives a name last seen locally in 2013, but rather than being based on Mitsubishi platforms or mechanicals the new van comes from alliance partner Renault, and arrives as a rebadged version of the Trafic...

Mitsubishi Express details released ahead of July showroom arrival

A Mitsubishi Express van will return to Australian showrooms after a seven-year absence as a rebadged version of the Renault Trafic. It has been made possible thanks to the recent joint venture between the Japanese and French brands. Prices, warranty details, and service intervals are yet to be announced, but most other details of the 2020 Mitsubishi Express have been released ahead of its arrival in Australian showrooms in July...

Mitsubishi to launch Renault-sourced van mid-2020

Mitsubishi will rejoin the commercial van market by the middle of next year after a six-year absence with a vehicle based on the Renault Trafic – however the company claims it won’t compete with its French joint venture partner on price. The opportunity for a van to return to Mitsubishi showrooms came about after the Japanese brand became part of the Renault-Nissan Alliance in 2017...

Mitsubishi Express reborn: Australian future for Renault Trafic-based van

Mitsubishi Motors has signed a letter of intent to source rebadged Renault Trafic vans out of France, to sell in Australia and New Zealand, with an expected launch time as soon as next year. Naturally, speculation suggests that this model could mark a return of the well-known, but defunct since 2013, Mitsubishi Express...

Mitsubishi Express Van dropped: won't be replaced

Mitsubishi Australia has decided to kill off and not replace the Mitsubishi Express Van, leaving its line-up without a van for the first time in more than 30 years. The affordable load hauler, introduced in 1980 as both a cargo hauler and people mover, will no longer be imported to Australia...