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Mitsubishi is sort of like the side project of the auto industry, and really, of its own conglomerate. While the Mitsubishi name is shared with over 40 companies under the same logo, the motor division fights to maintain profitability in an increasingly volatile auto market. The Lancer continues to be one of the hot models among tuners, but Civics and virtually any Mazda drive percentages earthward with lighter models and lower price points.

Mitsubishi is one of the youngest carmakers in the industry, just approaching the 40-year marker. After its 1970 inception, Mitsu quickly formed several alliances with major produces in the industry to bolster distribution. It worked, and the company saw huge growth through the 70’s and 80’s. Unfortunately, when anyone else takes a hit, Mitsubishi takes the biggest kidney shot, making profitability a challenge and maybe even a pipe dream.

Bullz-Eye Features & Reviews

2014 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport2014 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport SE
August 27, 2014

The updated 2014 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport offers new styling and seating for five in a competitive pricing package that should get customers in the showroom.

2014 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution GSR2014 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution GSR
April 2, 2014

If you're looking for a four-door sedan that packs the punch of a sports car, look no further than the reasonably-priced 2014 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution GSR.

2013 Mitsubishi Lancer GT2013 Mitsubishi Lancer GT
July 16, 2013

The 2013 Mitsubishi Lancer delivers exactly what you want from a compact sports sedan, designed to fit just about any lifestyle.

2013 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport2013 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport
May 15, 2013

The new 2013 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport is a sleek and sporty compact SUV with improved performance under the hood.

2010 Mitsubish Lancer2010 Mitsubishi Lancer
July 12, 2011

Fuel economy be damned - the 2010 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution SE is pure performance for the hardcore enthusiast.

Sites worth visiting

The official Mitsubishi Motors page is one of the best official sites out there. They slide the retail garbage to the background and instead give us a look at the company. Their web museum showcases every facet of brand development, from 1970 to the present. They’ve also got features on environment and company philosophy. Much as we love the site, it’s hard not to wonder if they’d be better off just trying to sell more cars.

Mitsubishi on Wikipedia
The Wikipedia entry for Mitsubishi does more to deal with the various Mitsu alliances and partnerships than Mitsubishi’s own site. You’ll also find a short history and an interesting snippet on revitalizing the brand. It seems like everyone other than Toyota and Honda are looking to ‘revitalize’ these days.

Mitsubishi Motorsports
One place Mitsubishi continues to maintain some heat is the rally world. This site is the official page for Mitsubishi rally efforts, complete with event calendars and news updates. Check out their history link for a look at the brand’s rally endeavors from the very beginning.

Around the Blogosphere

Mitsubishi at Autoblog
Think Mitsubishi can make a serious comeback? Yea or nay, the boys at Autoblog will keep you abreast of Mitsu news, big or small. Get the latest from the rally circuit or the track, with exclusive competitive info featuring your lovable Evo and the newest Impreza.

This site may not look like much, but they’ve actually got a frequent update schedule and some decent news. The site looks fairly new, and probably a part of a blog network featuring virtually any car model, but as long as they keep bringing the news, we don’t really care. The site also houses loads of pics with each article, so you’ll never be short of Mitsu eye candy.

Mitsubishi at Motor Trend
Wouldn’t it be nice to stumble upon a pair of keys for the Motor Trend garage? These guys have access to just about anything under the sun, and they write about it for us. As the new Lancer picks up some steam, check back often for exclusive features on the latest Mitsubishi developments.

Community Sites

Mitsubishi Forums
Not to be confused with the forum below this page is a great source for any of your forum-oriented needs. They’re a little light on community development, but there are enough great posts to get you connected with the right folks. They have almost 35,000 members, so if you can’t find someone to get along with, you might be the problem, not them.

Mitsubishi Forum
This site goes a little heavy on the ads, but that’s probably why it’s gotten so much attention. With more than 15,000 members the forums are highly active and full of good information. Looking for a daily driver? They’ve got you covered. Need to squeeze just a few more ponies out? They have that too. With regional, interior, and model specific forums, this is a great site for any enthusiast.

Evolution M
If you’re a tuner, you’ll love this site. The page is totally dedicated to the Lancer and Lancer Evo, with special features and their own forums to boot. Did I mention the 75,000-member base? This site is so huge we’d be shocked if there was something you couldn’t find here.

Recent News

2007 Is the Kindest Year
2007 was certainly sweet for Mitsubishi, marking the highest year in sales since 2004. The company has been slipping right alongside ally Chrysler, though new models and robust incentives could be the beginning of a turnaround. For the exact numbers head over to

2 Cars Enter, One Car Leaves
Motor Trend recently head the grudge match to end all grudge matches: the new Lancer Evo GSR vs. the Subaru WRX STI. The STI enters the ring with advantages in both weight and power. Can clever tech from Mitsu swing the scales? Read the full transcript at Motor Trend.

Russia Is the Next Big Market
Mitsubishi has its eyes set on Russia to help maintain the profitability they’ve recently reclaimed. The manufacturer is looking to sign a letter of intent with the Mother Land to produce Russian vehicles inside the Iron Curtain. Several other European automakers have similar agreements with Russia.

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