Tag: Mitsubishi

Hell Freezes Over As Dodge Tops J.D. Power’s Initial Quality Study

Just when you thought 2020 couldn’t get any crazier, Dodge has tied Kia to win J.D. Power’s Initial Quality Study. Yes, you read that right, Dodge won. A quality study. Seriously. To say the result is surprising is an understatement as Dodge hasn’t released an all-new vehicle in what feels like an eternity. In fact, […]

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Renault, Nissan Outline New Alliance Strategy Focused On Deeper Cooperation

Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi announced today a new strategy focused on cooperating more closely in a bid to cut costs and rebuild their wounded Alliance. The three automakers said that the new Alliance strategy will also include a “leader-follower” scheme that’s expected to reduce the cost of developing a new model by up to 40 […]

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Ford Mustang Vs Mitsubishi Lancer EVO X Drag Race Ends With A Crash, But It’s Not What You Think

Ford Mustangs have seemingly gotten bored crashing on the street, so they’re taking the action back to the track where it belongs. In this clip uploaded to YouTube, we can see a drag race between a relatively new Mustang and a Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X. The driver of the Mustang is quicker to react and […]

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Australia’s New Car Sales Fall 18 Percent In March As COVID-19 Bites, Yet Toyota, Kia Make Gains

Sales figures for new cars in the month of March have been announced in Australia and reveal a market dealing with the consequences of the Covid-19 outbreak. According to figures released by the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI), a total of 81,690 vehicles were sold in Australia last month. Of those, 21,277 were passenger […]

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U.S. Auto Sales Plummet Amid Coronavirus Pandemic – Mazda, Hyundai And VW Post March Declines Greater Than 40%

There was little doubt that U.S. auto sales would plummet because of the coronavirus and that has panned out as automaker after automaker has posted significant declines. Starting with GM, the company delivered 618,335 vehicles in the first quarter which is a drop of approximately 7% compared to last year. Much of that blame is being […]

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