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From shipping and machinery to aircraft and automobiles, Mitsubishi has a rich history for technology, innovation and reliability. In 2018, Mitsubishi’s infamous ASX and L200 models both celebrated their 40th anniversary, proving that excellent design lasts a lifetime.
Since joining the Renault–Nissan–Mitsubishi Alliance in 2016, the Japanese manufacturer has also been working hard on a wide range of new models, including the Eclipse Cross and Outlander PHEV, offering clean, affordable and safe cars for everyone.
The Mitsubishi ASX is designed to seamlessly adapt to countryside and city terrain, so if you're looking for a compact family SUV this is the one for you.
The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is bringing the SUV into the modern age, with a plethora of advanced technology. And thanks to the enchanting design, you'll turn heads wherever you go.
Now its is fifth generation, the Mitsubishi L200 boasts a refreshed exterior style, improved sound insulation, more equipment and better seats. What's not to love?
The Mitsubishi Mirage is the perfect car for city goers everywhere, thanks to it's compact size, low running costs and low co2 emissions.
Whether you're on the school run or taking the family on your next big adventure, the Mitsubishi Outlander will be your best companion. It is reliable, robust and a joy to drive and will not disappoint.
The Mitsubishi Shogun Sport is the perfect combination of an SUV and pick-up truck. It features four-wheel drive performance, SUV versatility and cutting-edge technology to deliver a pick-up that never disappoints.
28th Jun 2019
Mitsubishi Motors in the UK is celebrating the 10th anniversary of making its advanced electric vehicle technology available to the world’s motoring market.
10th Jun 2019
Reinforcing its important position within the Mitsubishi range, the new Mitsubishi ASX compact crossover has been extensively revised for 2020.
8th May 2019
While few doubt the future of motoring involves electric vehicles, not enough is being done to build consumer confidence and acceptance in the short term.