Mitsubishi Motors Corp. freshens up its U.S. lineup with two, redesigned '01 models: the Montero and the Eclipse Spyder. The struggling Japanese automaker is hanging its hopes of a financial turnaround on growth in the booming North American market. With the third-generation Montero, the first redesign since 1992, Mitsubishi has followed industry trends and created a more refined vehicle, emphasizing luxury appointments. But the three-row full size sport/utility vehicle (SUV) keeps its ...
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