LOS CABOS, MEXICO – Mitsubishi Motors North America Inc. plans to consolidate its product line into Lancer and Outlander families, further evidence its other nameplates in the U.S. face extinction as the auto maker zeros in on smaller-vehicle segments. “Mitsubishi will be focusing on two core nameplates with all of our marketing communications,” Brian Arnett, manager-product planning at MMNA, says during a briefing here on the new-for-’11 Outlander Sport, a second addition to the Outlander ...

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