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Next Nissan Navara might not be a Mitsubishi Triton clone after all

In a sharp U-turn just 24 hours after executives representing the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance said most future models will largely look the same – but with different badges and subtle styling cues – Nissan has vowed to retain at least some of its identity...

Mitsubishi Triton and Nissan Navara to look the same under radical overhaul

The Mitsubishi Triton and Nissan Navara are among the first casualties of a radical overhaul of the struggling Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance. The original plan was for all three car makers to save money by sharing platforms, technology and engines – components customers cannot see – but retain their own identity with unique exterior designs and bodywork...

Toyota tops the list, Tesla climbs the ranks in Australia's most trusted car brands

Japanese car giant Toyota has once again been named the most trusted car brand in Australia, but consumers have increasing faith in electric-car challenger brand Tesla – and 'distrust' Holden and Volkswagen, new research has found...

Nissan and Renault press pause on merger – report

MORE: All COVID-19 coverage here Car makers Nissan and Renault have pressed pause on their plans of a merger as both brands struggle to weather the COVID-19 pandemic. According to news agency Reuters, Nissan and Renault will hold off on the merger to instead focus on repairing their alliance, with the brands set to make a joint-announcement later today...

The 20 cars with the best resale value on the used car market

When purchasing a new car, potential resale value is often front of mind for buyers. Given the average vehicle age in Australia is 10.2 years, no matter how much you love your latest purchase, there's a high chance you'll be looking to sell it in a decade's time for a newer model – if not sooner. This is where making the right decision today will pay off down the line...

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...

2020 Mitsubishi Mirage pricing and specs

The Mitsubishi Mirage has been given an update  to make it more competitive with fellow bargain-basement city cars such as the Kia Picanto and MG 3. This facelift of Mitsubishi's only conventional passenger car (non-SUV or pickup) includes a redesigned front end with a bolder grille (Dynamic Shield to use the brand's marketing parlance), sleeker-looking headlights, and a new lower bumper...

Beat the bowser: five of the most economical new cars under $20,000

The price of petrol might be hitting 20-year lows but as night follows day the cost will go up. As many motorists look to save money amid the coronavirus outbreak, we’ve compiled a list of five of the most economical new cars under $20,000...

NSW Net Zero Plan: Targeted electric car incentive strategy revealed

The New South Wales government has announced a new plan to fast-track electric car uptake by supporting the rollout of fast-charging infrastructure, incentivising fleet purchases of electric cars and ensuring all new buildings are electric vehicle-ready...

2015-2019 Mitsubishi Triton recalled over wiring fire risk

More than 100,000 examples of the Mitsubishi Triton, across the MR and facelifted MQ generations and 2015-2019 model years, have been recalled to address a fire risk. The company's Australian arm reports that affected utes may have incorrectly installed towbar wiring harnesses. The issue could cause liquids to contact the electrical circuits, leading to a risk of overheating, burning, and fire...

Mitsubishi Australia appoints Shaun Westcott as CEO

Mitsubishi Motor Corporation has appointed Shaun Westcott as CEO of Mitsubishi Motors Australia after only a year with the company. Mr Westcott will replace John Signoriello, who was appointed CEO in 2017 and has been with the business for 30 years. Mr Signoriello has taken a role as Executive Officer for Global Marketing and Sales for Mitsubishi Motor Corporation in Toyko...