Mitsubishi Motors Australia Ltd. can survive, but it needs to focus on winning over private consumers, President Robert McEniry says in a speech at this month’s Australian International Motor Show in Sydney. McEniry says a recent order from Avis Australia for 2,500 380 sedans is good news for the auto maker, but there is danger in relying too heavily on low-margin business. “The Avis deal is an indication of confidence going forward,” he says. “We don’t want to be dependent on the ...
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