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2007 Mitsubishi 380 Series III

As mentioned previously, the struggling Mitsubishi 380 is set to undergo some minor cosmetic surgery, with the new and improved 380 (named Series III) set to hit the showrooms in July. Currently the 380 goes to around 1,000 new owners per month, not a bad figure, but no where near Mitsubishi's expectations...

2007 Mitsubishi ML Triton 2.4L

Mitsubishi Australia has added a new engine to its 2007 ML Triton lineup. The Triton 2.4-litre two-wheel drive generates 94kW of power @ 5250 rpm and 194 Nm of torque @ 4000 rpm, the 2.4-litre engine offers economical fuel consumption figures of 10.9 litres per 100 km and meets Euro Step 3 emissions standards...

Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X Coming This Year?

Mitsubishi has guarded all the info regarding the Australian release date of Lancer Evolution X relatively well. Initially Mitsubishi representatives told us that the Evo X would not be here till at least middle of 2008, but new reports suggest that the rally car might even make it here before years end! This car is set to lift Mitsubishi's image in Australia with the introduction of a WRX matching mid range Lancer, named the Lancer GSR also set to come to Australia...

Mitsubishi Evo X at Geneva

Mitsubishi has put their proud Evo X concept on display at the Geneva motorshow (its a shame it didn't come to Melbourne!). Initially on display at the Detroit Motor Show in January 2007, Prototype-X is a design study for the new Lancer Evolution X due to be launched this year. The Prototype-X is based on the all-new Lancer sports sedan due to be launched in America in March...

Mitsubishi's Concept-Sportback

Mitsubishi Motors Australia announced today the company's Concept-Sportback will be unveiled at the Melbourne International Motor Show on Friday 2nd March 2007. The Concept car which shares an amazingly similar front to the upcoming Mitsubishi Evo X was created by Mitsubishi Design Europe's Exterior Chief Designer Omer Halilhodzic and his team, based in Germany...

2007 Mitsubishi 380 Face Lift

Mitsubishi has confirmed that its struggling 380 will receive a much needed face lift before June this year. The minor facelift will include some external changes (rumored to be the headlights) whilst it will get a revised interior. Furthermore, Mitsubishi are not too happy about the number of different model variants that are current on offer...

Mitsubishi 380 Supercharged TMR 380

This months issue of motor magazine caught my attention, not because of the horrible ugly lime green HSV on the cover, but because of the little blurb about the supercharged Mitsubishi 380, better known as the TMR 380. The news had been flying around for a while, that the TMR 380 was nearing completion, and it finally was...

Mitsubishi Wins Dakar Rally... again

Mitsubishi doesn't succeed in much these days, perhaps with the Evo X coming out soon, the fortunes for the company will change, but till then, when success if limited, but sweet. For those of you who have been watching the Dakar rally on foxtel, this is old news, but for the rest of you, yes, the Pajero has won the rally.

2008 Mitsubishi Lancer Finally Confirmed

Well for all the skeptics out there who didn't believe me when I posted info and pictures about the 2008 Lancer GSR, 2008 Lancer Evo and the 2008 Lancer, behold an actual image of the "Mitsubishi Lancer compact sport sedan". The Lancer will on display at the Detroit motor show this January...

2008 Mitsubishi Lancer GSR

Dear God, its back! After 10 long long years, the Lancer GSR is set to scare the hell out of all WRX owners once again. If you've been reading this site long enough, you'd know that I've been begging Mitsubishi to bring out a car to fill in the gap between the Lancer VRX and the Lancer EVO IX...

2007 Mitsubishi Outlander SUV ZG 07 MY

As of ... 20 seconds ago, Mitsubishi released its latest generation Outlander Compact SUV. We had this news piece sitting here waiting to be published for the last day or so, but there was an embargo and since Mitsubishi was playing nice enough to let us to know to begin with, we thought we will keep our promise and not let the news slip so quickly! Anyway, the new Outlander has two new four and six-cylinder engines, five and seven-seat configurations and a host of new drive-train, seating and other packaging innovations...