Mitsubishi Reviews

Mitsubishi Australia is part of the global Mitsubishi Motors organization, which is wholly owned by Mitsubishi. The company produces a comprehensive range of passenger cars, SUVs, and light commercials in many countries around the world. MMA imports the small Mirage hatch and sedan, and Lancer passenger cars, the ASX, Outlander, Challenger, Pajero SUVs, and innovative I-MEV small electric hatch, and the Outlander PHEV hybrid. It also imports a range of Triton utilities with 4x2 and 4x4 drive options and a number of body configurations.

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Mitsubishi went against conventional four-wheel drive wisdom by releasing its Pajero four-wheel drive wagon with a monocoque chassis when rival manufacturers were pressing on with a separate body/chassis design. It was generally accepted that a separate chassis was the way to go if you wanted a tough off-roader, but the Pajero put the lie to that. NEW There was a lot to like about the Pajero. As owners like to tell you it looks good,...Read more
It seems the Lancer has been around forever, much like the Toyota Corolla , but unlike the small Toyota it has never commanded a lot of attention from buyers. Those who know recognise it as a solid, well-built, reliable small car that makes sense, but it's a car that has blended into the background rather than stand out from the crowd. NEW The CJ model that arrived in 2007 was a big step forward for...Read more
Mitsubishi's Triton has been around for almost 40 years and has sometimes been regarded as the poor relation of Japanese rivals Navara , HiLux and Mazda BT-50 . To some degree that image was diluted by the current model released in Australia in 2006. For the next few months that current model "tradies special" will be sold alongside the all-new Triton, launched this week. The new model Mitsubishi Triton takes this popular utility to the...Read more
Australia invented the ute more than 90 years ago and is now at the centre of its reinvention. The idea is still the same: a workhorse during the week that becomes a family car on weekends. In many ways the humble utility vehicle has assumed the role once held by generations of Holdens and Fords. So it shouldn’t come as a surprise that “pick-ups” are now the third most popular type of vehicle in Australia...Read more
New look may not not be enough to save this mid-size offroader from an onslaught by more modern rivals No one wins by a nose in the car game but a facelift for Mitsubishi's Outlander should give it a bigger stake in the mid-sized SUV market. The makeover to the car that launched in 2012 extends from a much-improved front end to better quality interior fabrics and improved sound deadening, while retaining the build quality...Read more

Pint-sized SUVs or high-riding hatchbacks? Both are accurate...Read more

Forget hybrid cars. These three tiny tots are kindest to your wallet...Read more

Japanese designed and built to a high quality, Mitsubishi Lancer is at the forefront in the reliability stakes, so has long been popular on the used-car scene in Australia. The Lancer began life as a small car, then gradually morphed into a medium model. From the new model launched in October 2007 it can be used as a family car if the kids aren’t yet into their hulking teenage years. Interior space is good in...Read more

Worried about the recent rise in petrol tax? Fear not: you don'...Read more

In days gone by the Koreans have been lambasted for delivering a cheap, no frills car like this. Fast forward and the Japanese pop one out and suddenly it is perfectly acceptable, because it is cheap, safe and economical. In fact, the Mirage has been a runaway success for the company, at least in hatch form. How does that work? VALUE Prices for the ES sedan start from $14,990. The CVT style auto costs another...Read more
As if making a bed, Mitsubishi has changed the sheets and plumped up the pillows of the Pajero. Barely a year after the release of the 2014 model, next year's big signature 4WD wagon is here. The Japanese company's iconic sport utility vehicle has been tweaked, with cosmetic changes inside and out, plus upgraded noise, vibration and harshness reduction measures to give it quieter, more comfortable on-road performance. The Japanese company's iconic sport utility vehicle...Read more
Though the automobile scene in Australia is replete with hatchbacks, SUVs and wagons, there are buyers who refuse to give the boot the boot. Some people, especially those of a certain age, favour the privacy and security of an enclosed lockable cargo space. As well as the extra strength provided by the bracing provided at the base of the rear window. The latest manufacturer to embrace the separate cargo hold is Mitsubishi with a Mirage...Read more