Don’t Expect Any Rebadged Nissans or Co-developed Cars in Mitsubishi Showrooms Anytime Soon

Even though Nissan has seemed to take over Mitsubishi it will take its time for new vehciles to approach that will show the two companies have joined together. It’s a matter of time and like with anything else all any one will need is just a tad bit of patience. so hold on out and one shall be rewarded.

Key Takeaways:

  • Mitsubishi is planning for a 30-percent bump in U.S. sales by early 2020.
  • Mitsubishi has access to Nissan’s technology, but don’t expect the two automakers to start joint production of new products anytime soon.
  • Mitsubishi will sell the Outlander PHEV and Eclipse Cross as the only new products

“Earlier this month, Mitsubishi Motors North America executive vice president Don Swearingen said he’d be okay with more of his company’s vehicles heading to fleets.”