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With a used Mitsubishi, you will experience a unique driving experience. The range of this Japanese manufacturer is not the most extensive, but the vehicles offered are of a wide variety. Thus, depending on the used Mitsubishi you choose, you will experience a different driving feel. Founded in 1970, Mitsubishi has been part of several partnerships with other manufacturers throughout its evolution. They have jointly developed many vehicles and acquired a great level of success. Currently, the most popular model is the Mitsubishi Lancer, which comes in several versions, including versatile and sport models. Within the range of the used Mitsubishi, you can also find convertibles models, SUVs, and utility vehicles. Most of the used Mitsubishi have small engines, but are powerful and have good fuel consumption.

Warranty Overview - Mitsubishi Canada

At Mitsubishi, we’re so confident in the quality, reliability and durability of the cars we build that we back our passenger cars and sport utility vehicles with some of the most comprehensive warranties available. This list is headed by a 10-year/160,000 km Powertrain Limited Warranty*, a 5-year/100,000 km fully transferable bumper-to-bumper New Vehicle Limited Warranty, The only vehicle manufacturer that offers up to 5 year/100,000 km accessory warranty and 5-years/Unlimited kms Roadside Assistance. So now, when you drive off in your new Mitsubishi, you'll leave with even more peace of mind, knowing you can enjoy it to the fullest for many years to come.  Read more

Mitsubishi Lancer Could Return…as an SUV

Mitsubishi plans to introduce yet another small SUV to the market, this one carrying the Lancer name. After the Evolution and the Eclipse, this is the third model name rescued from the scrap heap by the automaker. When cars become crossovers…

Mitsubishi iMiev, Outlander PHEV Battery Overheating

Mitsubishi is reporting some serious problems with the lithium ion batteries that the company uses in their iMiEV and Outlander vehicles. The company said this week that an i-MiEV's batteries caught on fire during testing at the company's Mizushima Plant, while the batteries in an Outlander plug-in hybrid melted at a dealership, prior to delivery to a customer. In both instances, the battery packs were made by Japan based GS Yuasa Corporation. Adding fuel to the fire is that GS Yuasa Corp is also the battery supplier for the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, all of which have been grounded due to battery fires since January. They also make battery packs for Honda's Civic HV and the Accord PHEV. Honda says that they have not received any reports of battery incidents.

Road test Mitsubishi

2018 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

2018 Mitsubishi Outlander

With its strategy of focusing primarily on SUVs and electric powertrains, Mitsubishi is certainly on an interesting track and offering competitive products, especially in the electric mobility...

2018 Mitsubishi Outlander Review
2017 Mitsubishi Mirage G4

2017 Mitsubishi Mirage G4

The 2017 Mirage G4 reminds me a lot of some ancient models. That’s probably what made me smile the most during this brief test drive, which of course is not a good thing for Mitsubishi...

2017 Mitsubishi Mirage G4 Review