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Mitsubishi Motors Corporation announced that its all-new compact crossover Mitsubishi RVR went on sale throughout Japan from February 17, 2010.

itsubishi's dramatically styled Mitsubishi Raider mid-size pickup truck was presented for 2006 and earned the Best in Class Car Satisfaction Award (VSA) for compact pickups from the renowned Autopacific, Inc. market consulting group. The model line has been streamlined for 2007, now product one extended-cab model and three Double Cabin models at release.

Birth versions Pajero Evolution occurred in October 1997, when there was a need to update the model for the sport of rallying the Paris-Dakar on norms of class T3. Evolution version came into being with a 3.5-liter 24-valve V-shaped 'six', equipped with two new revolutionary systems: Innovative Valve Timing and Electronic Lift Control (MIVEC).

The 4-door Mitsubishi Montero comes in Limited trim only. Traditional equipment contains leather upholstery, a 315-watt Infinity stereo system with a CD changer, 17-inch alloy wheels, power-adjustable front seatings, a sunroof, a trip computer, automatic conditioning and a leather-and-wood helm. A DVD entertainment system is auxillary, which deletes the traditional six-disc CD changer and sunroof.

L200 belongs to the line of authentic 4x4s that established the Mitsubishi Motors name in Europe. It is no surprise then that it owes much of its layout inspiration to the most stunning of all, the 2002 Pajero Evo 2+2 concept / Pajero Evolution racer.

The Mitsubishi I-miev is exactly the same as Peugeot's equivalent, the Ion. Apart from that, though, this is a distinctive-looking vehicle. Unlike the very conventional-looking Nissan LEAF electric hatchback, the Mitsubishi I-miev stands out with its wedge profile and bubbly front bumper.

On its own merit, the 2011 Mitsubishi Endeavor is a well-rounded and solid crossover, but its appeal is waning against its more modern rivals. Mitsubishi Endeavor SUV offers the following pros: Roomy seats front and back; long warranty coverage.

Although the VR-X version can be mildly entertaining, the Mitsubishi Diamante is a diamond best left in the rough. Mitsubishi Diamante Sedan offers the following pros: Long list of traditional features, confident brakes, capable handling (in VR-X) and quiet ride.

The idea of a Lancer Evolution nose grafted onto a small boxy supermini might not audio like it would work, but the Mitsubishi Colt Ralliart looks rather good. It's smarter in 3-door form, with the 5-door looking a bit less racy, but smoked-grey alloy wheels and a roof spoiler lift both above the mainstream norm.

First impressions are favourable, as the Mitsubishi family face translates well onto the Mitsubishi ASX. It's striking and aggressive and the proportions are just right. The swept-back headlamps and gaping grille give the Mitsubishi ASX real presence.

The 2012 Mitsubishi Galant remains well behind the pack thanks to its relatively meager performance, unimpressive cab class and outdated look-and-feel. Mitsubishi Galant Sedan offers the following pros: Generously equipped SE trim; good ride and handling balance.

With assertive sheet metal and sharp handling, the 2012 Mitsubishi Outlander is the edgy alternative to the typical compact crossover. Mitsubishi Outlander SUV offers the following pros: Agile handling; useful back tailgate/liftgate design; spacious trunk area; lengthy warranty.

The 2011 Mitsubishi Lancer introduces a sporty alternative to economy sedans, yet doesn't deliver when it comes to refinement or fuel efficiency. Mitsubishi Lancer Sedan offers the following pros: Strong engines in GTS and Ralliart; confident handling; innovative equipment; edgy look-and-feel.

Outdated in just about each parameter, the 2012 Mitsubishi Eclipse just can't keep up with the latest sport coupes and convertibles. Mitsubishi Eclipse Hatchback offers the following pros: Convenient front seats; relatively spacious trunk space.