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Mitsubishi Motors Corporation

Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (in Japanese: 三菱自動車) is a Japanese automobile company, manufacturing an extensive range of cars and trucks (see Fuso). Mitsubishis are manufactured globally and exported into most major markets, including the Far East, Europe, and the U.S.

Mitsubishi has been engaged in a long-term venture with Chrysler (and now, DaimlerChrysler), assembling a series of cars and trucks for Chrysler brands since the early 1980s.

Mitsubishi also exports car platform designs and manufacturing know-how to Hyundai and Proton in Malaysia.


Source: 2002 Facts & figures (http://www.mitsubishi-motors.co.jp/docs4/ir/e/ff/2002.pdf)

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  • in Japan
    • Shinagawa 品川 and Tamachi 田町 (Tokyo) Headquarters
    • Tama 多摩 (Tokyo) Design


  • in Japan
    • Okazaki 岡崎 and Oe 大江 (Nagoya) (Aichi)
    • Mizushima 水島 (Okayama)
    • Kyoto 京都 (Kyoto)
    • Shiga 滋賀 (Shiga)

Car models

  • eK (a Keicar)
  • Pajero Mini (also a Keicar)
  • Colt (also known as Mirage)
  • Lancer
  • Galant
  • Space Wagon
  • Space Star
  • Grandis
  • Pajero (also known as Montero in Spanish-speaking countries)

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