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Mitsubishi has a long history, dating back to the 1870s, but in the modern era, it's lived in the shadow of the Big Three Japanese automakes, Toyota, Honda, and Nissan. However, unlike Mazda and Subaru, Mitsubishi hasn't been able to carve out any sort of a unique brand identity in the States. With a
lacking lineup and increasing competition from Korean manufacturers, it's looking more and more like Mitsubishi will go the way of fellow Japanese manufacturer Suzuki and pull out of the US market. Blink and you'll miss them.
There are still a few offerings available. The Lancer, Mitsubishi's most historic model, isavailable in three forms; the base sedan, the Sportback wagon, and the turbocharged AWD Evolution. The Galant is the biggest sedan available from the company and comes with a 30 MPG four-cylinder to power the front wheels. Mitusubishi also recently introduced their first electric vehicle, the i-MiEV rated at 112 MPGe. The Outlander Sport is a small crossover with available AWD and seating for five, while the newly introduced Outlander seats seven and starts at $22,995. See more... See Less