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Lancer could change the landscape for Mitsubishi in the USA, but to do that Mitsubishi Motors North America needs to strongly support the car with aggressive pricing, advertising and merchandising. Lancer has solid potential and may be considered superior to most other available compact car entries.
New 2008 Mitsubishi Lancer is crucial to Mitsubishi's U.S. recovery efforts and to its global effort to repolish an image tarnished in recent years by huge losses, quality-control scandals in Japan and a disastrous cheap-loan program in the U.S.
The 2008 Mitsubishi Lancer promises to be the car that re-establishes Mitsubishi in the USA. Lancer is a game changing car for Mitsubishi. More distinctive than all other small cars with the possible exception of the 2006 Honda Civic, Lancer will turn heads.
Which cars and trucks are planted to the dealer's floor? In other words, which vehicles take the longest to sell? Who cars? Why does it matter, anyway?
Which cars and trucks are planted to the dealer's floor? In other words, which vehicles take the longest to sell? Who cars? Why does it matter, anyway?
The Outlander brings new features to the Compact SUV segment and offers a competitive powertrain, measured by fuel economy, power, or by emissions, but will it be enough?

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This week on Let’s Talk Cars, it’s all about the test drive. Which is how we’ve been spending our summer vacations. We’ve compiled a slew of new car reviews and walk arounds and test drives, and we’ve got the first three for you this week – the new Dodge Caliber, the controversial Nissan Quest and the not-ready-for-the-American-marketplace Mitsubishi “i”.

First, VehicleVoice correspondent David Barrett takes a bright orange Caliber for a spin, and finds some surprising goodies on the inside.

Next, host Cameron Barrett introduces you to our new review segment, Rev It Up – with 90-seconds on the Nissan Quest, perhaps the most controversial a minivan can get. We review the 2006 Quest just prior to its replacement by the [...]

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This week on Let’s Talk Cars, it’s all about the test drive. Which is how we’ve been spending our summer vacations. We’ve compiled a slew of new car reviews and walk arounds and test drives, and we’ve got the first three for you this week – the new Dodge Caliber, the controversial Nissan Quest and the not-ready-for-the-American-marketplace Mitsubishi “i”.

First, VehicleVoice correspondent David Barrett takes a bright orange Caliber for a spin, and finds some surprising goodies on the inside.

Next, host Cameron Barrett introduces you to our new review segment, Rev It Up – with 90-seconds on the Nissan Quest, perhaps the most controversial a minivan can get. We review the 2006 Quest just prior to its replacement by the [...]

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This week on Let’s Talk Cars, from AutoPacific, a whole new slew of award-winning vehicles, plus a fresh look at the Mitsubishi Endeavor, and will the Suzuki Grand Vitara survive the dreaded baby car seat test!

First, “Let’s Talk Cars” host Cameron Barrett chats up AutoPacific’s newest analyst Keagan Patrick about the IVAs – that’s the Ideal Vehicle Awards. Being new, Keegan didn’t know enough to run in the other direction when he saw the Let’s Talk Cars crew bearing down on him. Thanks for the interview, Keagan!

Next, VehicleVoice correspondent David Barrett takes the Mitsubishi Endeavor – winner of the AutoPacific Vehicle Satisfaction Award for Premium Mid-Size Sport Utilities – out for a test drive and interviews Mitsubishi stylist Robert [...]

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