Mitsubishi Motors Corp. will invest $1.4 billion in its Normal, IL, assembly plant over the next three years to add production of the next-generation Montero sport/utility vehicle, says Pierre Gagnon, executive vice president of Mitsubishi Motor Sales of America Inc. Mr. Gagnon also predicts MMSA U.S. sales will soar to 300,000 vehicles by 2004. The importer already is enjoying a strong 1999, with sales projected to be up 33.4% to 250,000 units. Much of that growth is due to the Galant, up ...

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