CANBERRA – In a sign it wants to get back to business as usual, Mitsubishi Motors Australia Ltd. announces an overhaul of its sports vehicle range. Magna VR-X now spearheads both the 2- and all-wheel-drive range, while the Magna VR variant has been deleted from both. The new models go on sale Aug. 1. Magna VR-X The revamp means the car that carried Australian racing legend Ross Dunkerton to his 100th rally victory at the Subaru National Rally here in early May, now is available to ...

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