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21Mitsubishi, UAW reach Illinois plant pact - but what will they build there?

The good ol' Diamond Star Motors plant in Normal, Illinois – where such well-regarded vehicles as the original Mitsubishi Eclipse, Eagle Talon and Plymouth Laser were built, among others – is apparently getting a new lease on life now that Mitsubishi, the United Auto Workers and laborers at the plant have all approved of a new contract.

57Report: Mitsubishi could kill off Galant, Eclipse by 2013

Mitsubishi Eclipse – Click above for high-res image gallery

15Mitsubishi recalls 2004 Endeavor, 2010 Galant

Mitsubishi is recalling both the 2004 Endeavor SUV and 2010 Galant sedan over possible corrosion issues that could cause flammable fluids to leak. The safety recall affects approximately 56,113 Endeavors and 2,307 Galants across the United States.

21Mitsubishi wants to halt U.S. Galant production, switch to small cars for export

Click above for high-res gallery of the 2009 Mitsubishi Galant

13Mitsubishi ZT Concept could replace cancelled 380 in Australia

Click above for a high-res gallery of the Mitsubishi Concept ZT.

32Chicago 2008: Reskinned 2009 Mitsubishi Galant seen with new nose

click above for high-res gallery of the 2009 Mitsubishi Galant

48Chicago '08 Preview: 2009 Mitsubishi Galant gets fresh face

click above for more high-res images of the 2009 Mitsubishi Galant

12Whiplash a serious problem with many vehicles, says IIHS

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) in Arlington, Va. has just concluded testing on some 75 vehicles' head restraint systems and after performing a simulated rear-end impact of 20 MPH, only 22 of the systems received the top score of "good."

42Mitsubishi to bail on U.S.?

Mitsubishi has thrown down the gauntlet. If dealers can't sell its new products like the Outlander and Lancer, the company may pull out of the United States completely. Mitsubishi's product boss, Shinichi Kurihara said as much at a press event, indicating that the company's recovery rides on the success of the vehicles. The company is down 16.5 percent to 36,536 units so far this year, and its Normal, Ill. plant employs just one shift. Predictably, dealers have responded by urging Mitsubish

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