Responsible for building Japan's first series-production automobile in 1917, enthusiasts know Mitsubishi for the Lancer Evolution, a sport sedan built as part of the company's connection with off-road rally racing. Currently, in the US, Mitsubishi manufactures one sedan, one hatchback, two crossovers and one electric vehicle.
The brand will debut the technology with the new Eclipse Cross, and it'll work from anywhere with Liftmaster myQ technology.
This car is still plenty cheap and probably not very cheerful.
That bottom-basement figure gets you a hatchback model and even includes $995 in destination charges.
The base model that sports this price tag isn't available on Mitubishi's website though.
The rear end looks far less funky than it used to, but maturing isn't a bad thing.
A new teaser photo shows off some heavily redesigned front and rear fascias, it looks like.
They're not necessarily bad cars, they just haven't caught on like others.
And often times, the longer they wait around, the better chance there is to score a deal.