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A good year for Mitsubishi.
For better, or worse?
It's an all-wheel-drive crossover. It plugs in. And it's coming to America at just the right time.
West Coast Customs will build a replica of Mitsubishi's first car using the Outlander PHEV platform.
The new small crossover will use a fresh, in-house-designed turbocharged engine.
It's like the plug-in Outlander is cursed.
Ukraine is replacing its aging, Russian-made police vehicles with a greener option from Japan.
Before it even arrives in the US, the Mitsubishi Outlander has sold 100,000 units. It's tremendously popular in Europe and Japan, and we'll get it soon.
The arrival of the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV has been pushed back so many times we've lost count. But now it's really only a few months away. Hopefully.
The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV finally makes its way to the US at the New York Auto Show, and the plug-in hybrid crossover arrives at dealers this fall.
Mitsubishi is heading to the Makuhari Messe for the 2016 Tokyo Auto Salon with a quartet of off-road concepts based on the Outlander PHEV crossover and Delica D5 minivan.
Mitsubishi will finally launch the Outlander plug-in hybrid in the US. The production model will bow at the New York Auto Show in March.
Mitsubishi's first plug-in crossover's US debut will be pushed back a few months to late summer 2016.
Mitsubishi will axe the i-MiEV but will launch a trio of new or updated crossovers in the US before the end of the decade with EV or PHEV variants.
Mitsubishi giving the refreshed Outlander PHEV its European debut at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show.