Mitsubishi Motor's automotive tradition goes back to 1917 when the Mitsubishi Model A, Japan's first series-production automobile, was introduced.
Over the next two decades the company established themselves as an innovator, developing Japan's first diesel engine bus.
In 1947 Mitsubishi developed an electric bus. In the 1960's, the Mitsubishi 500 automobile was released to gain a new market for touring cars.
"The 2006 Mitsubishi Outlander is similar in size and character to the CR-V and RAV4. Like those two popular vehicles, Outlander is a car-based sport utility, with four doors and a roomy cargo area that's easily accessible. Like other small crossover sport-utes, Outlander offers elevated seating for better visibility."
The internet lets everyone search for information relating to automobiles and trucks. That information can be as broad or narrow as you wish. The details you find can help you narrow down decisions on vehicle selections or can give you tips and details on specific car repairs and maintenance.
The internet lets the car manual or showroom catalog come up on your screen giving you knowledge that a generation ago might have been obtained only after days of searching in a library. Make use of search engines and the internet.
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