CANBERRA – Mitsubishi Motors Australia Ltd. kicks off the battle of the big cars, as it launches its new large sedan – the Mitsubishi 380. More importantly, the success or failure of the all-new 380 may determine whether the auto maker has a future as a manufacturer in Australia. Mitsubishi 380, to be unveiled next month, replaces this Magna. The make-or-break car, costing more than A$600 million ($455 million) to develop, is the result of the most-exhaustive research ever ...

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