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Mitsubishi Motors New Zealand (MMNZ) is celebrating a massive 1,028 sales in March, which capped off an outstanding financial year result of more than 8,200 units sold.
Fifty-six dealerships across the country helped Mitsubishi Motors New Zealand deliver its best sales result in 20 years.
Mitsubishi Motors NZ (MMNZ) won its fifth consecutive Industry Sector Award and fourth consecutive Supreme Award for customer service at the 2015 CRM Call Centre Awards.
The all-new Pajero Sport is set to join Mitsubishi’s New Zealand line-up in early 2016.
A final run of Mitsubishi’s iconic Lancer Evolution sedan will come to New Zealand before the model is withdrawn from sale after its illustrious 23-year, 10-generation history.
The Mitsubishi Triton has been left behind of late – an aging entrant in a pickup-truck segment overloaded with talent. But Mitsubishi Motors New Zealand (MMNZ) reckons it’s on the comeback trail with the new model just launched.
Who dislikes the look of the Outlander? Lots of people, apparently, so Mitsubishi has rushed through a facelift model after only two years on sale. We take a look at the new range.
Mitsubishi owners enjoy some of the best aftersales service in New Zealand – a claim underlined by the auto manufacturer’s Customer Care Centre being awarded its 13th industry accolade in just four years.
The new 2015 Mitsubishi Triton ute made its international debut last week in Thailand, ahead of its New Zealand debut next year.
In the 12 months to September, five times more 'small sedan' buyers have purchased a Mitsubishi Lancer than its nearest competitor.
Mitsubishi Motors NZ has been named among the best customer care providers in New Zealand. Its Customer Care Centre (CCC) walked away with more trophies than any other brand at this year’s CRM Contact Centre Awards.
Mitsubishi Motors Corporation’s (MMC) MiEV Evolution III has narrowed the performance gap between electric and combustion-engined vehicles, coming second and third overall in this year’s running of the iconic Pike’s Peak International Hill Climb.
Over 2,000 gruelling kilometres of potholes, swamps, river crossings and South-East Asian jungle stand between Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) and the latest in its long line of international motorsport victories.
Mitsubishi Motors NZ has made history as the first automotive distributor to sell mass-produced electric cars to the NZ public
The first electric cars will be available to Kiwis from July 2011
Mitsubishi has hinted that its popular Lancer Evolution will remain, albeit in a different form
Mitsubishi has released a few details of its new ‘Global Small’ concept car, which will appear at the upcoming Geneva motor show
Mitsubishi has upped the deck size and storage capacity of its 4WD Triton range
Wellington is to become the first New Zealand city to trial electric cars with the introduction of a fleet of five battery-powered vehicles
Mitsubishi Motors will supply vehicles to all government agencies over the next five years