Category: Mitsubishi Models

Mitsubishi Lancer

Mitsubishi made a big announcement earlier this month, saying that the automaker would be expanding their future lineup to include a larger variety of model types. Specifically – they will be adding more sedans.

The Japanese carmaker is likely using these new sedan models to fill a void left by the unfortunate departure of the Lancer Evolution line. This popular performance line was recently cut from the Mitsubishi lineup after the carmaker declared it will not be renewed for the next model year.  Although, this makes us a bit sad at Don Robinson Mitsubishi, we are excited to see what new sedans Mitsubishi will be bringing on to replace it.

Don Swearingen, the executive vice president of Mitsubishi Motors North America, mentioned in a recent interview that one vehicle will replace the Lancer, while another will be inspired by the Mirage. He did not say, however, how many new sedan models the company would be adding to its collection.  We are just glad that Mitsubishi isn’t doing away with sedans for good!

Hopefully, more information will be revealed in the coming months. Would you like to see some new Mitsubishi sedans? Let us know what you think in the comments.

2016 Mitsubishi TritonRecently, Mitsubishi announced pricing options for its newly redesigned 2016 Mitsubishi Triton truck for the Australian market. Sporting a redesigned front fascia, diesel drivetrain options, and upgraded technology features, the Triton will be offered in 10 variants with three body styles and three trim levels including the GLX, GLS, and Exceed.

The GLX 4×2 trim mated to a manual or automatic transmission comes equipped with a domineering chrome grille, halogen headlights, 16-inch steel wheels, cruise control, Bluetooth capabilities, USB ports, and an adjustable steering column. Added features to the GLX 4×4 trim include the Easy Select four-wheel-drive system as well as an electronic control transfer shift dial. The GLS and Exceed offer the Super Select four-wheel-drive II system with the Exceed offering an electronic rear differential lock.

Stay-tuned for more Triton truck information as it is unveiled – especially for plans to see if it will cross the pond to enter into the U.S. market. We at Don Robinson Mitsubishi will be sure to share more information we find out about this, and other potential Mitsubishi models!  Until then, be sure to come visit us to see the newest vehicles in the Mitsubishi fleet, today.