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      When is the success fee paid?

      You pay the success fee to CarSwitch only when we find a buyer for your car (at a price you accept) and we secure a deposit

      Why do we charge a success fee?

      We take on all the costs and efforts of selling your car including advertising on various platforms, speaking with potential buyers, filtering them for seriousness and arranging and attending test drives to sell your car as quickly as possible and at your asking price. It’s a very involved operation that we need to support financially, but we only ask to be compensated once we’re successful - so it remains risk free for our sellers

      Does the success fee change if the car sells for a lower amount?

      No, the success fee is a fixed service fee which we communicate and agree on up-front so it’s a transparent experience. You remain in full control of your asking price for the car, and so can add our success fee on top to not affect your earning

      Does the success fee change if the car sells for a higher amount ?

      You can’t increase your asking price after the car has been inspected. So the asking price you set right now is the maximum you can get for your car. Our success fee remains a fixed amount.

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      Interesting facts about Mitsubishi cars

      Nissan owns 34 per cent of the company, making it a part of the Renault–Nissan–Mitsubishi Alliance.
      Did you know that Mitsubishi even manufactured engines for airplanes?
      Wondering what Mitsubishi means? It translates to three water chestnuts.

      About Mitsubishi

      Mitsubishi Motors Corporation is a Japan-based car manufacturer. It’s ranked 19th in the list of automakers that produce the highest number of vehicles worldwide annually. Founded in 1970 by Iwasaki Yataro, the company produces passenger cars as well as vehicles for commercial purposes. Trucks, crossovers, and SUVs manufactured by the company are popular for their durability and reliability. The company has also produced some memorable sports cars over the years. Many people buy Mitsubishi cars because they are affordable and come with a long warranty.

      Mitsubishi cars are also known for their engines that are packed with enough power to help you accelerate across multiple terrains. The company initially manufactured ships. Mitsubishi built its first car in 1917, and as we know, it has come a long way since then. Mass-production of Mitsubishi cars began in 1960. By the end of the 1970s, the company was manufacturing over a million vehicles annually. Mitsubishi was the only privately held company in the country back then, but it held an initial public offering in 1988 and expanded. Light trucks and SUVs were gaining popularity in the 1990s and Mitsubishi also began focusing on them, which proved to be a good decision. The company saw success when it started to sell cars in the United States. Lancer Evolution, Mirage, Starion, Galant, Eclipse and 3000GT were some of the top-selling vehicles. Its red logo, which consists of three diamonds has become iconic over the years.

      In 2016, Nissan acquired 34 per cent of Mitsubishi Motors Corporation’s shares and brought it into the Renault–Nissan–Mitsubishi Alliance. Mitsubishi cars have also participated and been successful in many motorsport events such as the World Rally Championship. The company also has a partnership with the actor Jackie Chain and many Mitsubishi cars have appeared in his movies.

      Given the persistent popularity of even discontinued models like Mitsubishi Lancer among used cars for sale, you wouldn’t have to spend too much time and effort when you decide to sell your car in Dubai and UAE.

      Popular Mitsubishi car models

      Mitsubishi Pajero

      Launched in 1982, Mitsubishi Pajero is a full-size SUV with great off-road abilities. It’s also known as Mitsubishi Montero and Mitsubishi Shogun, depending on where it is bought. A testament to its impressive performance is the fact that it has won the Dakar Rally 12 times. Mitsubishi Pajero has even been mentioned in the Guinness World Records. However, the company has decided to discontinue Mitsubishi Pajero in 2021. From traction to handling to power, it's ranked highly when it comes to off-road abilities. It is currently in its 4th generation as a 3-door and 5 door SUV and the 2019 Mitsubishi Pajero is being produced with powertrains ranging from 2.4 L to 3.8 L. Automatic as well as manual transmissions are available It’s sizable seats can accommodate seven people, providing them with plenty of legroom and comfort. It also offers a lot of space for cargo. All this means that it’s a great vehicle not just for off-road adventures but also for those who like to go on road trips with their family.

      Mitsubishi Lancer

      Mitsubishi Lancer was launched in 1973 as a compact car. The company stopped its worldwide production in 2017, but it’s still being continued in Taiwan and mainland China. The 2017 Mitsubishi Lancer was so successful that it continues to be one of the most popular used cars. The company has also produced a sportier version of the car with better performance specs called Mitsubishi Lancer GT. All Mitsubishi cars come with an automatic continuously variable transmission (CVT). It’s powertrains range from 1.5 L to 2.4 L and is available in a 4WD version. Its body types include a 5-door hatchback and a 4-door sedan. Mitsubishi Lancer’s popularity is partly due to its economical price tag and reliability. They also come loaded with plenty of tech and safety features. That’s why many buyers would be interested when you decide to sell your car in Dubai through CarSwitch.com

      Mitsubishi Outlander

      Launched in Japan in 2001, Mitsubishi Outlander is a 5-door crossover SUV. It was initially called Mitsubishi Airtrek. As its current name suggests, it has been designed for those who love adventures. It comes with three rows of sizable seats to accommodate passengers comfortably. It's available in multiple trims including the GT which comes with a 3.0 L V6 powertrain. It can go from 0 to 60 mph in just 7.6 seconds. The 2019 Mitsubishi Outlander is available with both manual and automatic transmissions. Those who look for off-road prowess in a vehicle can get it with the 4WD option. In 2013, the company launched Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV, which has been the best-selling plug-in hybrid in several countries for many years.

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