Mitsubishi leaving us market




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  • And before you guys fall for the "Mitsubishi is going to leave the US" argument, NO THEY ARE NOT LEAVING THE US MARKET. Their sales.

    Now Mann has big plans to use the Nissan/Mitsubishi partnership to He wants to grow the Mitsubishi dealer network in the US which U.S. Military, Commercial Servers Leaving Them Open To Hacks: Report - The Drive.

    Supposedly inspired by the ads of Mitsubishi's earlys U.S. heyday, the but I'll leave it to you to decide if it's anything close to being as good as “[The market for sedans] won't be huge, it will continue to drop as CUVs.

    Mitsubishi leaving us market

    Mitsubishi leaving us market

    Perhaps your experience has been positive but it is definitively the worst car in that segment. Mitsu don't need to offer a full line or sell on par with Toyota, Ford and GM to be successful but they need to do at least something well. Their sales have actually increased over the last few years to justify remaining in the market. I enjoy my Galant, but it has taken some work to make it a fun car, then again it wasn't ment to be a hot rod.

    Mitsubishi leaving us market

    Mitsubishi leaving us market

    Mitsubishi leaving us market

    Mitsubishi leaving us market

    Mitsubishi leaving us market

    Mitsubishi to End U.S. Car Production - WSJ

    If you're looking for more information about your car, upgrade paths, or modification tips, check out the forums below. Why does everyone think Mitsubishi is "leaving" the US market when their sales have actually been going up, thus rendering their arguments null and void?

    I'm serious about this. Get a freaking clue! Their sales have actually increased over the last few years to justify remaining in the market. If the car doesn't sell well, then the car will be gone. Unfortunately, by the time I bought my first car, the Eclipse was discontinued, so I settled for a Lancer instead.

    Mitsubishi leaving us market

    And just because I've got a car with a dated design, doesn't make it any less worthy. It's a really great sedan. Though I regret not buying the GT trim so I could have the paddles , however, you can only buy what you can afford.

    My apologies for the rant, but I've had it up to here with these whinybabies on facebook do nothing but pester for something that they know they will never get at least not for awhile.

    Mitsubishi leaving us market

    But what do you think about all this? I like mitsubishis at least I used to. As a car enthusiast there's been no exciting cars from mitsu in years and years other than the evo. The same people as me are probably the ones asking them for something exciting. I would take a 91 eclipse gsx its , miles over any of their new cars. I, too, wished for an "exciting" car as well. Even now, my heart still yearns for an Eclipse GT.

    But at this rate, Mitsubishi needs to continue rebuilding their American sales base. Sure, it's a slow moonwalk back up, but time is all Mitsubishi needs at this time.

    Perhaps, the Eclipse, GT, etc. In particular, if anything, Mitsubishi is trying to bring the Montero back, it seems. But the "chicken tax" is completely hindering them from doing so as we speak. Even the eclipse was weak when they stopped making turbo awd versions. And there's no car brand that I care or root for. I don't care about their base. When they don't make one model I would even test drive. They rebranded themselves as boring commuter cars, and a lot of enthusiasts will not forgive them for that.

    Mitsubishi leaving us market

    And I doubt Mitsu has any interest in the U. Perhaps, a modern-day Delica would suffice there. You want Mitsu to bring some classics back? Perhaps either a Delica, or a Japanese-built Galant should be what we should be asking for at this time. But the chances of Mitsu investing in a sedan are rather slim, save for the Mirage G4 and hopefully a new generation Lancer.

    Don't expect any sedans, sports cars, or anything remotely exciting for a long time. Mitsubishi will be a CUV and electric car company for the foreseeable future. If they don't make any money doing that, it's over. I'm as big a Mitsubishi fan as anyone, but that's reality. If Japan's CEO resigning last Summer due to the fuel fiasco was any indication, who knows what may happen. Renault Nissan now hold the major of Mitsi. It's likely they'll restructure and if the Renault ceo pulls the same magic he did with saving Nissan, it's even more likely Mitsi sports cars will make a return.

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