Mitsubishi Motors Australia Ltd. is talking with its Japanese parent about a replacement for its slow-selling 380 sedan. Mitsubishi Australia CEO Robert McEniry tells a media briefing Mitsubishi Motors Corp. is working on a large-car replacement that its South Australian plant could build the next model if a business case can be made. “The 380 has still got until 2010 or 2011 in its model cycle, and we’ve got plans for a mid-cycle upgrade next year,” McEniry says in a published report. ...

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