CANBERRA – Mitsubishi Motors Australia Ltd. exports to the U.S. are ending, with the final shipment of Diamantes on the way. Mitsubishi Motors North America Inc. is dropping the Australian-built Diamante – the U.S. version of the Magna sold here – from its lineup for ’05. As a result, the final 600-unit shipment left Adelaide for the U.S. in July. This continues a trend of falling exports for the Australian auto maker that has seen shipments decline from a peak of 19,215 in 2001 to ...
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