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An Aspirin In Place Of Open-Heart Surgery

Mitsubishi is updating its compact Outlander in the middle of a crossover boom. But too little might be too late, in this case.

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Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda

This could have been something great. Last fall, Mitsubishi slapped its triple-diamond badge on a dainty little hatchback called Mirage, offering plenty of functionality and 44 miles per gallon on the highway, all starting at a super-low $12,995. For budget shoppers, this seemed to be a good thing – not to mention a much-needed breath of fresh air for the company's waning US automotive arm.

Quick Spin

I'm not a gambling man, but if there were a pool for an automotive death watch, my money would be on Mitsubishi... Lincoln is a close second. To understand the plight of Mitsubishi, you only have to look at its current lineup; they all just look, feel and drive about 10 years older than they really are. With the departure of the Endeavor and merciful killing of the Eclipse (the Galant lives on, but is on hiatus for the 2013 model year), one of the worst remaining offenders is the Mitsubishi Outl

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Light Weight, Rear-Wheel Drive And Instant Torque Bubble Up

PSA Peugeot-Citroen has turned to GS Yuasa for lithium-ion battery packs for the automakers' upcoming commercial electric vans. The batteries will be manufactured at a Ritto, Shiga Prefecture plant owned by Lithium Energy Japan, a joint venture between GS Yuasa and Mitsubishi Motors. This plant, according to a report published in the Japanese Nikkei newspaper, can crank out enough li-ion batteries for up to 50,000 electric vehicles a year.

A Larger Lancer For These Crossover-Obsessed Times

2010 Mitsubishi Lancer Sportback Ralliart – Click above for high-res image gallery

2011 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport - Click above for high-res image gallery

Mitsubishi i – Click above for high-res image gallery

2010 Mitsubishi Outlander GT – Click above for high-res image gallery

While we've featured many alternatively-powered cars on AutoblogGreen, this may be the first one that is fueled by the imagination. If you've been perusing the iMiEV microsite we told you about the other day you may have noticed a paper craft section. It's a special place that fans of the Mitsubishi iMiEV (other Mitsu models are also there) can go to and download a PDF file containing a magical pattern that was conjured up by Akira Mizorogi. This can then be printed out, cut out, folded and glue

Click image for a high-res gallery of the turbocharged Mitsubishi i