NEW ORLEANS — Mitsubishi Motors Corp. makes the Lancer a truly global small car with its forthcoming August introduction to the U.S. market. The Lancer, entering its sixth generation, is replacing the Mirage in the U.S., which is nearing the end of its production cycle. Mitsubishi Motors Sales of America (MMSA) officials insist that despite that fact, the Lancer is not a Mirage replacement. In other words, the Lancer, the name long used around the globe by cars billed as Mirage in the ...

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