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.
It depends on whether or not the car is equipped with automatic braking and better headlights.
It's been revised for 2020, but it still remains a solid value.
Mitsubishi hasn't exactly been faithful to its performance roots of late.
The move may save the brand a bunch of cash and make working with its partner Nissan a lot easier.
CEO Fred Diaz wants to double sales in three to four years' time.
The crossover wears Mitsubishi's newest design language.
The parts are found in old and new vehicles from Fiat Chrysler, Honda, Hyundai, Kia, Mitsubishi and Toyota.
Despite being a plug-in hybrid crossover SUV, this Mitsubishi may not be the fuel efficiency warrior you're looking for.