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The name Mitsubishi is synonymous with performance and style. The Japanese car maker was established in 1870 by the descendants of samurai, Yataro Iwasaki. The brand started its car manufacturing and unveiled its first passenger car
called the Model A in 1917. Then during the second world war, the company's heavy industries division started focusing on manufacturing vehicles for warfare. After the war, during
the 1960s, Mitsubishi introduced its compact and light passenger pickup vehicles. The first compact vehicle produced on a large scale was named
the Mitsubishi 500. The same decade also saw the introduction of the 360 Van and 360 Pickup. The brand Mitsubishi shot to fame in racetracks and
saw victories in the Japan Grand Prix. Concentrating on a diverse field, the company decided to launch a separate division for automobile production. Thus the Mitsubishi Motors Corporation
was born in 1970. With the launch of the new division, the brand was able to make a firm foot in
the US market the very next year. Also, Chrysler, one of the major brands in the US, owned
a 15% stake of the new company in the US. The first car to be sold in the US was the
Colt but it was marketed under Dodge rather than Mitsubishi. Until 1982 the company sold its cars in the name of Dodge and then on it marketed in the name of Mitsubishi. Sales of the company increased with the introduction of
the Galant, Lancer, Eclipse and 3000GT models. The vehicles introduced by Mitsubishi gained popularity with
the Chrysler platform in the US and it continued until 2003. In recent years, the sales of
these vehicles have gone down and Mitsubishi is working on improving the quality of the vehicles.
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