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No one wants to buy Mitsubishi's only US plant

No one wants to buy Mitsubishi's only US plant
Mitsubishi Motors will very likely close its factory in Normal, IL, later this year after failing to find another company in the auto market to take over its only manufacturing site in the US. "We have given up looking for an automaker to buy the plant …
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Mitsubishi looks to crossovers and EVs for US success
Say what you will about Mitsubishi, but the Japanese automaker is slowly seeing a resurgence here in the United States. December 2015 marked the company's twenty-second consecutive month of year-over-year sales increases, and looking at last year as a …
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Five best second-hand Japanese vans: From the Mitsubishi Delica to the Nissan
Combine a boxy body with a Mitsubishi Shogun platform and you get the Delicia, a van whose rugged, off-road abilities can take you into the rough and double-up as a camper at the same time. Remove the numerous seats – its high-roofed cabin can carry up …
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Top-spec Mitsubishi Shogun SG5 revealed
A new top-spec SG5 trim level for the Mitsubishi Shogun has been announced, with extra standard equipment over the previous range-topping SG4 version. It costs from £39,299, which is up from £37,299 for the SG4, and will be available from mid February.
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