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Category Archives: Mitsubishi
Substantial increases from Chrysler, Nissan and Hyundai-Kia helped the industry to an 8 percent rise for October, compared to the same period a year ago. Charlotte Mitsubishi Dealerships said that total sales of 1,021,185 light vehicles last month bring the annualized … Continue reading
The Nissan Leaf isn’t the only all-electric vehicle for car buyers to choose from. According to Mitsubishi Dealer Charlotte, the all-new 2012 Mitsubishi i offers a compelling alternative to the strong-selling Leaf, especially since the EPA just gave it a … Continue reading
The rally-bred Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution has always been a tremendous value, packing in loads of performance for not much money. According to Mitsubishi Galant Charlotte, for 2011, Mitsubishi has added even more standard equipment, which should make this road-going race … Continue reading
Despite the wide range of fresh midsize crossovers on the market, the aging Mitsubishi Endeavor is still holding on. Huntersville Used Cars said the latest model still boasts familiar sheet metal, but Mitsubishi will be introducing a robust range of … Continue reading
Mitsubishi has struggled in the U.S. market in recent years, but According to Mitsubishi Dealerships NC, the automaker isn’t giving up without a fight. At the 2010 LA Auto Show, Mitsubishi is unveiling its all-new, all-electric i-MiEV which is hoped … Continue reading
Mitsubishi hasn’t exactly been competitive in the U.S. In fact, sales in this market account for less than ten percent of the automaker’s overall sales. But despite dwindling sales and tough competitive, Mitsubishi’s CEO says the company isn’t cutting its … Continue reading
According to Mitsubishi Charlotte, despite introducing new, stricter rollover tests earlier this year, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety recently awarded the 2010 Mitsubishi Lancer a “Top Safety Pick” for its strong safety performance.
According to the Charlotte Mitsubishi Dealership, Mitsubishi has focused on driving dynamics for two of its latest models, the 2010 Lancer Evo SE and the all-new 2011 Outlander Sport compact crossover.
Autoblog.com just took the 2011 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport for a first drive, and the initial response was pretty good overall. The folks at Mitsubishi Dealers Charlotte believe this vehicle will be what Mitsubishi needs to stay competitive in the U.S. … Continue reading