Much to its consternation, Mitsubishi Motors Australia Ltd. is finding out Australians want what they can’t have. The auto maker has been forced to increase production of its 380 sedan, which will cease to be built at the end of this month when Mitsubishi shutters its plant in Adelaide, South Australia. Parent Mitsubishi Motors Corp. ordered the facility’s closure due to dismal sales of the 380. “It’s ridiculous,” Mitsubishi Australia President and CEO Rob McEniry tells reporters at ...

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