Mitsubishi Motors Corp. reportedly will drop the Galant and Diamante sedans from its Japanese lineup. Mitsubishi will stop building the models for Japan at its Okazaki plant in Aichi prefecture by the end of the year, reports The Wall Street Journal. Production of the Galant for export will continue “for the time being,” a spokesman tells the newspaper. Some 85% of Galants built last year in Japan were exported. The Diamante is not exported. The decision to drop the models doesn't ...
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