Was this your automotive era?
If we looked at university parking lots two decades ago, we would have been struck by how limited the automotive badges were in diversity. It was understandable though, considering carmakers had only begun returning to our market after the People Power Revolution
We have some photos for you
This 1991 Mitsubishi Galant VR-4 may have been the star of the recent 4th Philippine International Motor Show, at least to those who are old enough to have followed the international rally scene back in the day. It looks very cool
So where will we get our local units?
Mitsubishi Motors Corporation's plan to utilize its plant in Illinois in the United States to assemble global market vehicles begins next year with the Outlander Sport crossover utility vehicle expected to be the first model to roll out of the facility.
Global small car to be sold globally including Southeast Asia
Mitsubishi Motors president Osamu Masuko has confirmed the demise of US-made Eclipse, Endeavor and Galant as the Japanese car brand focuses on the production of global-market vehicles in its American plants.Masuko revealed via AutoNews.com that the US-made
Gone for good?
Mitsubishi could put some its slow-selling models out of misery by killing them off as the Japanese carmaker has reportedly decided to concentrate on building small cars that can be sold worldwide.According to AutoWeek.com, the future of the Galant
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