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2012 Mitsubishi Lancer, ASX, Outlander, Pajero Platinum on sale

Mitsubishi Australia has added four well equipped and sharply priced special edition Platinum models to its range, offering local customers new levels of specification and value in its Lancer, ASX, Outlander and Pajero models lines. The 2012 Mitsubishi Lancer Platinum is based on the base model Lancer ES...

2012 Mitsubishi Lancer updates & anniversary edition

The most successful Lancer series ever has just gotten an upgrade with model year 2012 specification changes and the introduction of a 30th Anniversary Edition Lancer. With Lancer sales hovering around the 1,500 units per month mark (or about eight percent marketshare), Mitsubishi's small car range has been simplified with the deletion of the SX variant but has seen improvements to fuel economy, interior quality and standard equipement...

Mitsubishi Lancer SE AWD planned for US to help increase overall sales

Mitsubishi will expand its all-wheel drive line-up in the US in a bid to increase annual Mitsubishi sales up to 100,000 units. The all-wheel drive model, to be called the Mitsubishi Lancer SE, will join the Ralliart Lancer and Lancer Evolution in terms of driveline layout...

Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X to be the last Evo: report

The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X could be the last Evo model from the Japanese brand, according to reports out of the Geneva Motor Show. UK publication Autocar spoke with Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) global product director, Gayu Eusegi, who revealed that there would be no ‘Evo XI’ successor. “There is still a demand [for the car] … but we must stop,” Mr Eusegi said...

Proton Jebat Concept based on Mitsubishi Lancer Evo

Spot the difference. We know Mitsubishi has a partnership deal with Proton Motors in Malaysia. And we know the latest Proton Inspira is largely based on the Mitsubishi Lancer. But now there could be a cheaper alternative to the sporty turbocharged Lancer Evolution model. It's called the Protor Jebat Concept...

2011 Mitsubishi Lancer SX introduced to Australia

As a part of the Mitsubishi Lancer 2011 model year update, the company has introduced a new trim level into the range called the Mitsubishi Lancer SX. There's also a number of new comfort and safety features introduced across the range for MY2011. Every Lancer model now gets Bluetooth compatibility, a USB port for the stereo and a full colour LCD central display unit...

2011 Proton Inspira launched and based on Mitsubishi Lancer

Proton has just released the 2011 Proton Inspira in Malaysia which replaces the since-ceased Proton Waja. Proton will launch the car on an international scale next month. It's not hard to tell that yes, the Inspira is based on the current Mitsubishi Lancer. The car will come in three different variants, two of which will use a 1...

2011 Mitsubishi Lancer Update

Mitsubishi' popular Lancer model has undergone some minor changes for the 2011 iteration including an additional variant called the Mitsubishi Lancer SX. The 2011 Mitsubishi Lancer gains numerous interior and safety updates. From the inside the updated cabin gains better sound insulation as well as USB support and colour LCD display...

Mitsubishi Lancer ACTiV limited edition

Mitsubishi's successful Lancer model will soon get a new limited edition variant to boost sales. This month will see the introduction of the Mitsubishi Lancer ACTiV which is based on Lancer ES model, but comes packed with more features. The Lancer ACTiV will retain for a drive-away price starting from $21,990, the Lancer ACTiV is sure to impress...

Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution XI could go hybrid

Mitsubishi could launch a hybrid version of its Lancer Evolution XI by 2013 if word from automotive website Motor Trend is correct. It says the new Evo will be built on the same platform as the PX-MiEV plug-in hybrid crossover concept from October’s Tokyo Motor Show and will combine the 2.0-litre MIVEC petrol engine from the Japanese Galant with a new lithium-ion plug-in arrangement...

Mitsubishi Lancer gains extra airbags

Mitsubishi Motors Australia Limited (MMAL) has added more safety equipment to its popular Lancer for 2010. All Lancer sedans and hatches now come with standard side curtain airbags. Lancer now offers more occupant safety than any of its direct competitors totalling seven airbags, driver and passenger SRS airbags, side and curtain airbags and driver knee airbag standard on every model...