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New car diary for Mitsubishi

Make: Mitsubishi

Model: Outlander - PHEV

Released: Sep 2018

Mitsubishi's facelifted Outlander plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) will be released in September, bringing substantial updates to the SUV's petrol-electric powertrain for improved performance.
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Make: Mitsubishi

Model: Eclipse Cross - ES

Released: Sep 2018

Mitsubishi Australia will broaden the appeal of its freshly launched Eclipse Cross small SUV later this year with the addition of a new entry-level variant dubbed ES.
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Make: Mitsubishi

Model: Eclipse Cross

Released: Jan 2018

Mitsubishi’s new Eclipse Cross small SUV will hit showrooms initially in two variants; the exclusively front-wheel-drive LS, and the front-wheel- or all-wheel-drive flagship Exceed. Pricing will start at $30,500 and $38,500 respectively.

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Make: Mitsubishi

Model: Eclipse Cross

Released: Dec 2017

Mitsubishi will submit its second competitor in compact SUV segment when the Eclipse Cross arrives. Pitched above the existing ASX as a sportier alternative, the new model is separated by its edgy exterior and interior styling.
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Make: Mitsubishi

Model: Outlander - PHEV

Released: Apr 2017

Late to the party, the PHEV will join the rest of the previously updated Mitsubishi Outlander range. Revised styling, an upgraded interior and improved ride have been applied to the plug-in.
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Make: Mitsubishi

Model: Mirage

Released: Mar 2016

Mitsubishi's Mirage light hatch will receive a mild facelift in 2016, along with some light handling changes. The car will retain its 1.2-litre three-cylinder engine.
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Make: Mitsubishi

Model: Outlander - PHEV

Released: Jan 2016

Although Mitsubishi's mid-sized Outlander SUV has already been updated and on sale, the plug-in hybrid variant won't be arriving until 2016. Promising better fuel economy, safety and cosmetic changes, the Outlander PHEV's launch lags behind in Australia due to huge demand in Europe and Japan.
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Make: Mitsubishi

Model: Pajero Sport

Released: Dec 2015

Out with Challenger and in with the global Pajero Sportmoniker for Mitsubishi’s Triton-based four-wheel-drivewagon that now faces tough competition from theToyota Fortuner, Ford Everest and Isuzu MU-X.
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Make: Mitsubishi

Model: Lancer - Evolution X Final Edition

Released: Nov 2015

The final Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X is due to hit Australian showrooms before years end. With the end of the Evolution nameplate, Mitsubishi has tweaked the rally-bred road car to make 334kW of power, along with damper tuning and new wheels.
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Make: Mitsubishi

Model: Triton

Released: Apr 2015

The fifth-generation Mitusbishi Triton promises to be safer, more refined and comfortable while being offered with only a diesel engine. Expect to see the new Triton hit Australian roads by mid-2015.
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Make: Mitsubishi

Model: Outlander

Released: Apr 2015

An updated Outlander is expected to arrive in the first half of 2015 to bring more refinement and increased comfort to Mitsubishi's small-sized SUV.
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Make: Mitsubishi

Model: Lancer

Released: Sep 2014

Mitsubishi’s ageing Lancer is set to receive a few tweaks to keep things fresh for the iconic car. Although no news has arrived on the next-generation Lancer, the update should help sell a few more units.
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Make: Mitsubishi

Model: Attrage

Released: Jul 2014

A sedan version of Mitsubishi’s diminutive Mirage is expected in 2014 and could well be called the Attrage which is a combination of the words ‘attractive’ and ‘Mirage’. The Thai-built light car will be powered by the same 1.2-litre MIVEC engine as the Mirage with a manual gearbox or CVT and fuel economy of 4.5L/100km.
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Make: Mitsubishi

Model: Outlander - PHEV

Released: Apr 2014

A petrol-electric plug-in hybrid version of Mitsubishi’s mid-size Outlander SUV will hit local showrooms in 2014, making it the first plug-in hybrid SUV available in Australia. Mitsubishi is claiming official fuel figures on the European cycle of 1.9 litres per 100 kilometres and a cruising range of 897km when combining the petrol and electric motors.
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Make: Mitsubishi

Model: Mirage

Released: Jan 2013

Mitsubishi latest stab at the light car segment will come in the form of the Thai-built Mirage in January. Mitsubishi will target budget-conscious drivers with prices starting at a $12,990 for the entry level ES, just $500 more than the Nissan Micra. The reborn Mirage will be powered by a 1.2-litre three-cylinder engine that sips 4.6 litres of petrol per 100km in manual guise.
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Make: Mitsubishi

Model: Outlander

Released: Nov 2012

Previewed by the plug-in hybrid PX-MiEV and PX-MiEV II concepts, the next Outlander will debut a new front-end design theme that will eventually roll out across Mitsubishi's SUV, ute and crossover ranges. Petrol variants will be powered by a version of its 2.0-litre SOHC four-cylinder ‘MIVEC’ engine, complete with an all-new valve train.
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Make: Mitsubishi

Model: ASX

Released: Aug 2012

Mitsubishi’s ASX baby SUV is getting a minor facelift to bring it into line with the Japanese maker’s new look, previewed on the upcoming Outlander. Only trainspotters will notice the subtle changes when the updated model arrives on our shores in August 2012.
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Make: Mitsubishi

Model: Triton - Club Cab

Released: Nov 2010

Mitsubishi will reintroduce a third body derivative of the Triton one-tonner with the four-door/five-seat Club Cab. To be available in at least 4x4 diesel form, the Club Cab variant will join the cab-chassis/single-cab and dual-cab versions of the Triton ute for the first time in five years.
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Make: Mitsubishi

Model: Lancer - SX

Released: Oct 2010

The SX Lancer variant will be positioned between the entry-level ES and mid-range VR models. Aimed at retail buyers, the Lancer SX will be sportier than the Lancer ES, which will in effect become Mitsubishi's fleet special.
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Make: Mitsubishi

Model: i-MiEV

Released: Oct 2010

The i-MiEV electric vehicle is a strong possibility for local release, following positive feedback from prospective private and corporate customers. Based on the ‘i’ mini-car, the zero-emissions i-MiEV uses a 47kW electric motor powered by a 330-volt lithium-ion battery.
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Make: Mitsubishi

Model: Colt

Released: Sep 2010

Mitsubishi is expected to introduce its Evo-look cosmetic facelift for its Colt light-car by mid 2010. With new Headlamps, bumper & grille, the updated Colt should also gain extra standard specifications. No mechanical changes are expected.
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Make: Mitsubishi

Model: ASX

Released: Jul 2010

Mitsubishi Australia is expected to introduce an all-new RVR compact SUV based on the Concept-cX by mid-2010. Sitting below the Outlander, the five-seater will compete with Nissan’s Dualis and Hyundai’s Tucson. Power is via a 2.0-litre petrol engine, mated to both manual and dual-clutch auto transmissions.
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Make: Mitsubishi

Model: Challenger

Released: Dec 2009

Mitsubishi’s next Challenger wagon is based on the ML Triton one-tonne ute. Powered by a 2.5-litre 100kW/314Nm four-cylinder turbo-diesel as fitted to the Triton, the mid-sized five-seater SUV should bring a significant fuel consumption advantage over the Toyota Kluger and Ford Territory.
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Make: Mitsubishi

Model: Triton

Released: Oct 2009

Mitsubishi will launch a facelift to its Triton commercial range in October 2009. Changes include a more powerful 2.5-litre turbodiesel, and the possible addition of a 3.2-litre DiD diesel engine. The Dual Cab range is expected to gain an extended tray bed, with an extra 180mm of tray length.
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Make: Mitsubishi

Model: Outlander

Released: Oct 2009

Mitsubishi is expected to introduce an upgraded Outlander Compact SUV in October 2009. The facelift, which is believed to be identical to the GT concept, gains a new bonnet, grille, headlamps, tail lamps, and bumpers front and rear. Mechanical upgrades are expected to be minor.
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Make: Mitsubishi

Model: Lancer - Sportback

Released: Oct 2008

Mitsubishi Motors Australia unveiled its all-new Lancer Sportback hatch at the Australian International Motor Show. The Sportback joins the acclaimed Lancer sedan line-up, with similar specification and powertrain options, including a 2.0-litre, 2.4-litre and turbo-charged 2.0-litre Ralliart configuration.
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Make: Mitsubishi

Model: Lancer - Ralliart

Released: Oct 2008

MITSUBISHI’S first bona-fide WRX hunter, the turbocharged, all-wheel drive Lancer Ralliart will compete directly with Subaru’s cult-hero. It's powered by a detuned 2.0-litre DOHC MIVEC turbocharged four-cylinder, producing 177kW, mated to Mitsubishi’s Twin Clutch Sportronic Shift Transmission (TC-SST).
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Make: Mitsubishi

Model: Lancer - Evolution X

Released: Jul 2008

The new Evo X Lancer will feature an improved high-performance 2.0-litre turbo petrol engine with a close-ratio six-speed manual or an Audi DSG-style dual-clutch automatic. Expect the same length as the current car but with a longer wheelbase, plus the Sportback concept's aggressive front-end design.
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Make: Mitsubishi

Model: Lancer

Released: Sep 2007

Mitsubishi showed its new-generation Lancer sedan at the 2006 Detroit show in January, ahead of an Australian debut later in 2007. The new Lancer will be built on the "project global" platform that also underpins the Outlander. Engines could include a diesel and a 81kW 1.5-litre petrol four.
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Make: Mitsubishi

Model: 380

Released: Jul 2007

Mitsubishi's 380 sedan will undergo a mid-year facelift via modest cosmetic revisions. The Series III update will concentrate on interiors and specification levels. Some grade levels will also be streamlined. This will be the second upgrade the 380 has received in its 14-month life.
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Make: Mitsubishi

Model: Ralliart 380

Released: Jul 2007

MITSUBISHI’S supercharged TMR Concept 380, shown at last year’s Sydney International Motor Show, is tipped to hit showrooms around mid-year with prices expected to start around $45,000. Mitsubishi’s Ralliart engineers will need to tame the concept car’s 230kW and 442Nm for torque through the front wheels
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Make: Mitsubishi

Model: Outlander - V6

Released: Mar 2007

Mitsubishi’s redesigned Outlander SUV was launched in December 2006 with a 2.4-litre four-cylinder engine mated to a new six-speed CVT. The new seven-seat Outlander will make an even more tasty proposition in 150kW/352Nm 3.0-litre V6 guise when it's launched around March 2007.
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Make: Mitsubishi

Model: Outlander

Released: Jan 2007

Mitsubishi’s redesigned Outlander compact SUV will go on sale in December, offering seating for up to seven, a 127kW/230Nm 2.4-litre four-cylinder engine mated to a new six-speed CVT and a 150kW/352Nm 3.0-litre V6 petrol engine to be launched in the first quarter 2007.
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Make: Mitsubishi

Model: Pajero

Released: Oct 2006

Mitsubishi's all-new Pajero will be made available in both long-wheelbase five-door and, for the first time in almost a decade, short-wheelbase guises. Expect both bodystyles in showrooms from November, offering a MIVEC-improved 3.8-litre V6 and a common-rail-equipped 3.2-litre turbo-diesel.
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Make: Mitsubishi

Model: Magna

Released: Sep 2005

Come October, today's 1996-vintage Magna will look a lot like America's new mid-sized Galant - a model with which Mitsubishi's vital Magna replacement will share both both its name and platform - previewed at the 2004 New York show. Larger, stronger and roomier, the front-drive 2005 sedan-only Magna/Galant will be powered by a 180kW 3.8 V6 and five-speed auto.
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Make: Mitsubishi

Model: Colt

Released: Sep 2004

The ageing CE Mirage series will be replaced by the Honda Jazz-sized Colt, a five-door front-drive 1.5-litre one-box hatch. Built on the same platform as future Smart and Hyundai models, the five-door could be joined by a three-door. Mitsu Oz is likely to ditch the Mirage name for the new global Colt badge.
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Make: Mitsubishi

Model: Magna - VR-X AWD

Released: Aug 2004

Mitsubishi will deliver what's supposed to be Australia's first homegrown all-wheel drive sports sedan (discounting HSV's limited-build Coupe4 two-door due on sale in July) when it launches the Magna VR-X AWD. Priced at $42,490, it lacks the 2WD VR-X's manual gearbox, 17-inch wheels and 163kW.
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Make: Mitsubishi

Model: Grandis

Released: Jun 2004

The ageing Nimbus gets the chop for the stylish Grandis, a seven-seat people-mover in the mould of the more expensive Honda Odyssey. Boasting Mitsubishi's new corporate styling, the front-drive Grandis will be powered by a new 121kW 2.4-litre four-cylinder engine. Expect prices to start from $45,000.
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Make: Mitsubishi

Model: Lancer - Evolution VIII

Released: Mar 2004

The hot new AWD turbo Lancer Evolution VIII MR, on sale soon, will feature Active Yaw Control, Recaro seats and a viscous centre diff. Aimed at the Subaru STi, Mitsubishi will import the 100 Euro-spec Evo VIIIs under the Specialist and Enthusiasts Vehicle Scheme, at well below the 2001 CE Evo VI's $80K ask.
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Make: Mitsubishi

Model: Lancer

Released: Oct 2003

Lancer CG may have only been launched here in July 2002, replacing the CE that had been around since 1996, but a facelifted CH model is already available following its September launch. In a largely cosmetic facelift, Mitsu’s popular small-medium sedan is inducted into the brand's world styling policy.
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Make: Mitsubishi

Model: Magna - AWD

Released: Sep 2003

Mitsubishi launches an updated Magna all-wheel drive family in late September, just months after it first went on sale. Mitsu's second take on AWD inherits the wide-eyed looks and equipment upgrades the TL Magna/KL Verada revealed in July, but there are few other changes to the three-model AWD range.
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