OKAZAKI, Japan – With the growing popularity of B-segment cars in the U.S., Mitsubishi Motors Corp. is beginning to plot its small-car strategy. While emphasizing it first must make sure its new C-segment models – the Outlander, Lancer and Lancer Evolution – launch well over the next year, Mitsubishi says here it does plan to offer a small car for the U.S. in the future. The move would follow fellow Japanese auto makers Toyota Motor Corp., Honda Motor Co. Ltd. and Nissan Motor Co. Ltd., ...
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