Mitsubishi Motors Australia Ltd. sees life after the death of its local assembly plant, forecasting sales will rise 22%, to some 80,000 units, in the next couple years. The last domestically built 380 V-6 sedan will roll off the line in Adelaide on March 28, after which Mitsubishi will shutter the South Australian plant. Parent Mitsubishi Motors Corp. ordered the facility’s closure due to dismal sales of the 380. Mitsubishi Australia President Rob McEniry, who is pushing to keep the ...

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