Wisdom is a product of age and experience. When you get older, you tend to be better at judging something on its merits, rather than your emotional attachment to it. That’s why a while back, after losing money on cars that I initially intended to sell, I vowed never to invest my time, money, and sanity into a vehicle…
This Japanese Mitsubishi Lancer wagon shot from the 1970s may be the most authentically charming stock photo I’ve ever seen.
It looks like 2016 will be the last year of the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport; a compact SUV with an aggressive look, nice paddle shifters and wheezy little engine. I’m driving one all week and I actually like it more than I thought I might. Give me some questions so I know what to look for!
Mitsubishi may have needed to cut some corners recently, but one odd decision the nice folks of the diamond-star made has left a huge security hole. The 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV plug-in hybrid’s mobile app talks to the car over regular WiFi, and security researchers found that to be a big problem.
DELICA! I will never forget you!
Two crossovers, an aging sedan, a fairly abysmal subcompact that feels like it’s meant only for third world countries, and a legendary rally car now living on borrowed time. That’s how things are for Mitsubishi these days. But it wasn’t always this way.
In the wake of a fuel economy cheating scandal that has rocked the Japanese automotive industry, Nissan will take a 34 percent controlling stake in Mitsubishi Motors, both companies announced today.
With Mitsubishi Motors beset by a massive fuel economy cheating scandal in Japan, news outlets in that country are reporting that competitor Nissan is in talks to take over the automaker.