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Used Mitsubishi Cars

Mitsubishi began in 1870 as a shipping company. However, they did not begin producing vehicles until 1917, when Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Co. Ltd. produced the Mitsubishi Model A.

Mitsubishi resumed vehicle production after the war ended. In 1934, Mitsubishi Shipbuilding and Mitsubishi Aircraft Company merged to form Mitsubishi Heavy Industries. The Silver Pigeon, a scooter, and the Mizushima, a three-wheeled cargo vehicle, were created. However, in 1950, the Allies ordered the dissolution of family-controlled conglomerates such as Mitsubishi. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries was divided into three regional businesses: Central Japan Heavy Industries, East Japan Heavy Industries, and West Japan Heavy Industries. Each of these businesses produced automobiles. East Japan Heavy-Industries began importing and selling a low-cost American sedan in knockdown kit forms for the duration of the production run. The PX33 was Japan's first passenger car with full-time four-wheel drive.

Mitsubishi Autonomous Car:

TOKYO, 21 October 2019 – Mitsubishi Heavy industries Corporation (TOKYO: 6503) confirmed recently that the newest release of the xAUTO, a vehicle capable of autonomous driving on surface roads without high-definition maps and automated parking both indoors and outdoors, will be on display at the 46th Tokyo Motor Show 2019, which will be held at the Tokyo Big Sight exhibition complex from October 24 to November 4. The xAUTO is a demonstration vehicle equipped with cutting-edge Mitsubishi Electric autonomous driving technologies.

Mitsubishi Electric's self-driving system makes use of sensor-fusion technologies such as peripheral sensors, millimeter-wave radar and cameras, and so on, as well as infrastructure- assisted technologies such as Quasi Zenith Satellite System Centimeter Level Augmentation Service (CLAS) signals and high-definition three-dimensional maps. The system has been tested on actual surface roads near Tokyo's waterfront and in the northern city of Tsukuba and it can now drive on surface roads without high-definition maps and park autonomously both indoors and outdoors. Mitsubishi Electric anticipates that fully autonomous driving will be possible in the future.

Mitsubishi Electric Cars:

The Mitsubishi i-MiEV, the world's first highway-capable electric vehicle, was introduced in multiple markets worldwide in 2009. This unique Mitsubishi electric car made its U.S. debut a short time later, in 2012, under the name Mitsubishi I and was named the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy's "Greenest Vehicle of the Year".

In 2009, the Mitsubishi i-MiEV, the world's first highway-capable electric vehicle, was released in a number of markets around the world. This one-of-a-kind Mitsubishi electric car debuted in the United States a few years later, in 2012, as the Mitsubishi I, and was named the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy's "Greenest Vehicle of the Year. "The i-MiEV was named after the technology that enabled the vehicle's creation: Mitsubishi's innovative Electric Vehicle technology.

Mitsubishi Pajero:

Pajero has redefined the 4WD since 1983, from Dakar to the Outback. Pajero is designed to dominate the grueling Dakar Rally, and it triumphs over the most difficult trails with bold styling that stands out wherever you go. The powerful turbo diesel engine and Super Select II 4WD system of the Pajero perform admirably in all conditions, with impressive towing capacity and dynamic performance on and off the road. The luxurious interior of the Pajero demonstrates that you don't have to sacrifice comfort to tackle any terrain.

Second Generation (1991-2008, NJ-NH Series)

Mitsubishi followed up on the success of the NA-NG series with the second generation Pajero. The Pajero now had more creature comforts and, thanks to softer lines and curves, made the first model look decidedly basic. That didn't mean Mitsubishi loosened the grip on this 4x4.

The NJ Pajero, which was still manufactured in the Philippines, introduced the Super Select 4WD system as well as a significantly improved interior over the first generation. It kept the utilitarian look of the first generation, but with softer curves. The second-generation Pajero, according to owner Mark Magbanua, is a rugged-looking yet elegant SUV. “It was the best- looking SUV I'd ever seen. I recall reading an article in the US magazine 'Motor Trend' in 1993 that compared various SUVs. The size of the US Montero was insignificant in comparison to its American counterparts, but I thought it looked the best. Furthermore, I thought it had the best dashboard, with its signature tri-gauge cluster in the center of the cockpit,” Mark said.

Mitsubishi Lancer:

The Mitsubishi Lancer, a sedan introduced in February 1973, is the vehicle that cemented Mitsubishi Motors' stellar reputation in motorsports. It was the first Mitsubishi car to be sold in Europe (1975), won its first rally (1973), and was certified as having a low-pollution engine (1973). The Lancer is a small passenger car that goes above and beyond.

Mitsubishi Clean Air technology was used to power the Lancer's engines. In 1973, it was the first car to be certified as having a low-pollution engine by the US Environmental Protection Agency. The Lancer was created to make even long drives more comfortable. It featured a tilt-adjust steering column, a 45L fuel tank, all-season ventilation, disc brakes, and a vacuum servo (also known as a power booster or power brake) to assist the driver's braking force.

Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross:

The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is a compact crossover that represents the new breed of SUV, intelligent, defiant, and powerful, and its backstory is quite remarkable.

The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross, which was inspired by the brand's philosophy of "honesty, robustness, and Japanese craftsmanship," brings the balance of sport and style to life. The Eclipse first appeared in our world in 2017, at the 87th Geneva Motor Show, and it has captivated us ever since.

Mitsubishi enhanced the Eclipse Cross's distinct design by developing a bespoke color for the model known as Red Diamond. The red coloration, associated with the Eclipse Cross, represents the colors illuminated by an eclipse and further exemplifies Japanese craftsmanship.

Although the Eclipse Cross has a long and illustrious history, Mitsubishi has cleverly designed an SUV that is solely for the modern world. From the powerful driving dynamics to the meticulously sculpted exterior, it is clear that the Japanese brand understands the importance of attention to detail, which is why the Eclipse Cross so accurately reflects the style and drive of the modern world.

The LED headlights illuminate the road, while the front design exudes a commanding presence, protecting both the vehicle and its passengers on all journeys. Everything the brand has incorporated into its model is an important function that improves everyone's overall driving experience. The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is light years ahead of the competition, from Super All-Wheel Control to improved connectivity.

Mitsubishi has truly reinvented the SUV, providing drivers with a high-performance crossover as well as off-road capability to truly defy the norm.

Mitsubishi Outlander:

The Mitsubishi Outlander is a mid-size crossover with attitude as well as capability. The Outlander is the automaker's largest crossover, providing the impressive performance that Mitsubishi is known for, as well as practical space and a refined driving experience.

In Japan, the Outlander was first introduced as the Airtrek in 2001. The Outlander was introduced in the United States shortly after, in 2003, as a replacement for the Mitsubishi Montero Sport. The new Mitsubishi Outlander shared its platform with the Mitsubishi Grandis and was available in both front-wheel and four-wheel drive configurations.

At the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, Mitsubishi unveiled its third (and current) generation Outlander. The Outlander made its North American debut at the 2012 Los Angeles Auto Show and went on sale in early 2013. The third generation featured a new, lighter body construction that weighed nearly 200 pounds less than its predecessor. The new structure improved fuel economy, making it more competitive in its class.

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