Mitsubishi appears to have stumbled upon the fountain of youth and is awash in the sales bounty gushing from it. U.S. sales jumped a whopping 40% in July, and year-to-date, they are up 16%. Mitsubishi now is poised to replace Volkswagen as the 7th best-selling auto maker in the U.S. And things are just getting started for the Japanese auto maker, which long has struggled in the shadow of the Japanese Big Three (Toyota, Honda and Nissan). The Outlander, an all-new cross/utility vehicle, ...
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