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    Report: Mitsuoka Orochi marks the end of the ugly with Final Edition
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    Think of Mitsu and you're bound to think of Japanese cars, but Mitsubishi isn't the only one. Lesser known is Mitsuoka, a small automaker based in Toyama that mostly rebodies existing Japanese cars to look like old English ones. Its most outlandish creation, though, is surely the low-slung ...

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    Mitsuoka Orochi now available to rent in Osaka
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    Mitsuoka Orochi Premium Gold – Click above for high-res image gallery
    So you're headed to Japan and need to rent a car. What to choose? The island nation is a smorgasbord of metal foreign to American tastes, from a wide buffet of pint-sized kei-cars to more American-sized contraptions. But ...

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    Mitsuoka Orochi gets the Premium Gold treatment
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    Mitsuoka Orochi Premium Gold – Click above for high-res image gallery
    Just when you thought you had washed the Mitsuoka Orochi's image from your mind, it's back – and it's gold! Mitsuoka has just released the Premium Gold Orochi, which will be limited to a production run of only 20 ...

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    REPORT: Mitsuoka to offer unique rental cars in Japan, also plans to sell in China
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    Mitsuoka Orochi - Click above for high-res image gallery
    Mitsuoka, the Japanese car company whose mission seems to be hoarding all the ugly in the entire world and using it to design automobiles, will expand into Japan's rental car market and offer its luxury range in China. Japanese drivers will ...

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    Japanese can now buy Mitsuoka Orochi for less
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    click above for plenty more images of the Mitsuoka OrochiThis is for all of our Japanese readers out there. We know that the only thing holding you back from running right out and buying the Mitsuoka Orochi is its hefty price tag of ¥11,945,000 ($111,572 USD). The car's exuberant styling is a ...

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    Mitsuoka Orochi specs, pricing announced
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    Japanese automaker Mitsuoka has revealed the production version of it's unique-looking mid-engined Orochi sports car, along with the car's production plans, pricing, and specifications. The Orochi, named for an eight-headed serpent out of Japanese folklore, first appeared as a 2001 concept car, and ...

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