Mitsubishi Passenger Vehicles
Mitsubishi vehicles known for reasonable selling prices are affordable, reliable and economical passenger cars. They've been on the road a long time. The first Mitsubishi car, a Model A, hit the road in Japan in 1917. For a couple of decades from the late 1990's until 2009 many Mitsubishi vehicles on Australian roads were proud local manufactures from a Mitsubishi factory in Adelaide. Mitsubishi models included in the passenger vehicle range such as Mirage, Lancer, Outlander and Pajero offer different features for getting from around.
The Mitsubishi Lancer has been a very popular passenger vehicle since the early 1970's. They've had a few facelifts over the years to keep up with the times, but Lancers, as medium-sized cars with a little bit of a sporty look cater to many motoring needs and tastes. Over the years, Lancer models have included two-door coupes, two and four-door sedans, hatchbacks and station wagons. They can act as the first cool car, to the run about, to the family wagon. Lancers have diesel and petrol fuel systems, manual and automatic transmissions, and 1.2L to 2.L engines.
Mitsubishi Mirage passenger vehicles are a small car, enjoyed for economic running, especially around town and in cities. The first Mirage dates back to the late 70's and models have included hatchbacks, sedans and station wagons. Mirages have diesel and petrol fuel systems, manual and automatic transmissions, and 1.2L to 1.8L engines.
The Mitsubishi Outlander mobile people vehicle (MPV) has seen a few updates to its designs and features over the past two decades and is currently performing well as an electric model. Outlanders combine the back features of a station wagon with the seating capacity of a larger SUV and have great visibility due to being slightly higher off the ground. Outlanders have petrol and hybrid electric systems, 2.0 to 3.0L engines.
Mitsubishi Pajero SUVs
A popular SUV (sports utility vehicle) and passenger vehicle for combining carting the kids around town and light off-road weekend driving, the Mitsubishi Pajero first hit the road in the 80's. As passenger vehicles, they seat up to seven people comfortably. Pajeros have diesel and petrol fuel systems, manual and automatic transmissions, and 2.4L to 3.5L engines.