CANBERRA – Mitsubishi Motors Australia Ltd. confirms it is considering a plan to fit its 380 sedan with a 4-cyl. engine by 2008. The 380 now is available only with a 3.8L V-6. Rob McEniry, president of Mitsubishi Australia, tells reporters a 4-cyl. 380 is under consideration, but it would be a 2-year program. “It is not going to solve our problems this year, so we have to manage what we have got," he says. Analysts say a 4-cyl. would boost 380 sales to fleet buyers worried about fuel ...

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