DUNDEE, MI – Mitsubishi Motors Corp. plans to begin taking engines built at the new Global Engine Mfg. Alliance plant here for the ’09 model year, an executive says. Shiro Futaki, MMC member on the GEMA board of directors, tells Ward’s the plan is to use the Dundee built 4-cyl. mills in next-generation Mitsubishi vehicles made at the auto maker’s sole North American plant in Normal, IL. Normal currently produces the Galant sedan, Endeavor cross/utility vehicle and Eclipse sports coupe. ...

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