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Mitsubishi updates Mirage
Mitsubishi updates Mirage

The Japanese automaker introduced an updated model. The updated Mitsubishi Mirage 2021 received the same 1.2-liter naturally aspirated engine with 78 HP and 74 Nm of torque, which is paired with a CVT or 5-speed manual. Such a car consumes 6.5 liters per 100 kilometers when driving around the city and 5.5 liters per “hundred”… More

Delica D:5: Mitsubishi has updated its strange van
Delica D:5: Mitsubishi has updated its strange van

Mitsubishi Motors has updated the Delica d:5 minivan for the domestic Japanese market. Recall that Delica of the current model is produced from 2018. There are more features in the car configuration that increase the ease of operation. The Delica D: 5 is now equipped with an improved rain sensor, which has learned to better… More

3.5 million cars recalled in U.S. due to Denso
3.5 million cars recalled in U.S. due to Denso

Denso is one of the largest suppliers of automotive spare parts on the planet. It goes without saying that the software review for one of its components will also be large. A month ago, the company announced a recall of a low-pressure fuel pump that is used in more than 2 million vehicles. Now it… More

Mitsubishi remains under Nissan wing
Mitsubishi remains under Nissan wing

Nissan issued an official statement in which it refuted recent rumors about the possibility of an imminent sale of 34 percent of shares in the Japanese company Mitsubishi. In a published press release, Nissan denied rumors of a sale of a stake in Mitsubishi: the document says that the trilateral Alliance currently has no plans… More

Mitsubishi unveils revamped Eclipse Cross crossover
Mitsubishi unveils revamped Eclipse Cross crossover

Mitsubishi Motors has fully declassified the restyled Eclipse Cross crossover, which occupies a place in the line between the ASX and Outlander models. Sales of the new product in Japan, Australia and New Zealand will start before the end of this year. The car will reach the United States in the first quarter of 2021…. More

Mitsubishi discontinues the supply of new cars in Europe
Mitsubishi discontinues the supply of new cars in Europe

The Japanese automaker has decided to suspend the release of their new models to the European market. On Monday the official website of Mitsubishi Motors. The realization and maintenance of vehicles of the current model range will continue. Under the new strategy of the Alliance Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi, all the forces of the concern in the coming… More

Five of the “unkilled”: the top most reliable SUV
Five of the “unkilled”: the top most reliable SUV

Experts of the German organization TUV ranked, which includes the most reliable crossovers in the age of 4-5 years, presented on the Ukrainian market. Based on the experts data the most reliable budget crossover under the age of 5 years was the MitsUbishi ASX. Only 5.7% of the owners of such vehicles have reported failures… More

Mitsubishi prepares two new
Mitsubishi prepares two new

The first new Mitsubishi, prepared for the U.S. will be an updated version of crossover Eclipse Cross. Planned restyling coupe survives in the first quarter of next year. In the official press communiqué of the brand promise that for Eclipse Cross will develop a new design of the front part and stern – apparently, the… More

New Mitsubishi Outlander: hi Nissan!
New Mitsubishi Outlander: hi Nissan!

Model transformed both outside and inside. In addition, she moved to “the truck” Renault-Nissan. SUV Mitsubishi Outlander next generation has already been caught during testing. And now fresh the – it was published in your Twitter user @hirocci966. The photo shows the feed, but, unlike the previous frames, in less camouflage tape, so we can… More

Negative selection: Mitsubishi leaving the American market
Negative selection: Mitsubishi leaving the American market

Despite sales growth last year, the Japanese brand may leave the United States because the total volume of business in the region remains modest, as well as revenue from it. Non-priority markets as Europe and China. In April, the Alliance Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi announced a new strategy of dividing up the world between brands. Mitsubishi in the… More