CANBERRA – Mitsubishi Motors Australia Ltd. wins a contract to supply vehicles to the Commonwealth Bank in the first big fleet deal involving its locally built 380 sedan. The contract will see Mitsubishi provide the bank with 1,600 cars over three years, with the 380 making up about half the volume. The 380s replace the bank's Magnas, Mitsubishi's previous locally built model. The other vehicles in the contract will be imported Lancer sedans and Outlander SUVs. "Mitsubishi has been the ...

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