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Mitsubishi Grandis VRX 2007 MY07

Mitsubishi has refreshed its Grandis people-mover line-up with the renaming of its entry model, and the introduction of a new VRX model. The entry model is now badged the 'LS', and its features and specifications are unchanged. However, the major change has been the introduction of the VRX model with a new sporty look...

Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X Spy shots

Update 19/July/2006:  AutoWeek informs us that this is infact just a Lancer, and not an Evo X! Thanks guys The guys over at Speed Sport Life have managed to get their hands on some spy shots of the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X, or as most people like to call it, the Evo 10...

Mitsubishi Triton Utility ML 2006 2007

The all new Mitsubishi Triton Utility (Ute) will go on sale later in the month as Mitsubishi battles out the slow sales of its Australian made sedan, the 380. The most important update to the Triton line up is the introduction of the newly developed Euro 4 compliant 3.2 litre Common Rail diesel engine that produces 118kW of power at 4000rpm, and 347Nm of torque at a very low 2000rpm...

Mitsubishi 380 Safety Rating & Running Costs

labeledI haven't stopped going on about Mitsubishi's failures in the last few months, but things have started changing a little for the struggling Mitsubishi 380. Finding itself in the wrong place at the wrong time, the 380 has been selling well below Mitsubishi's estimates and has also failed to bring the company out of its troubles...

Mitsubishi Colt Ralliart Version-R Turbo

Update 25/10/2006 - We finally got to drive the car! Read the 2006 Mitsubishi Colt Ralliart Road Test Update 11/07/2006 - Yes it has been finally confirmed that this little hot hatch is coming to Australia in August. I wrote a little bit about the new RalliArt tuned Mitsubishi Colt a few weeks back...

Mitsubishi Colt Turbo Ralliart

So Mitsubishi isn't doing that well. Not in Australia, and not overseas. Mainly due to what seems to be a tainted reputation (with their trucks having that massive cover up for faulty parts last year) and also, at least here in Australia, with their consistent price cutting of The Mitsubishi 380. Nevertheless, the guys at Ralliart can't be blamed...

Mitsubishi Failing Globally

It seems that Mitsubishi's problems are not limited to their failure here in Australia. As the 380 continues to disappoint down under, Mitsubishi America has announced that they are considering pulling out of the American market completely: Mitsubishi has thrown down the gauntlet. If dealers can't sell its new products like the Outlander and Lancer, the company may pull out of the United States completely...