Oh wow we don't have them here in Europe, they are all hatchbacks. I did saw Fiesta sedan when I visited your country in september.
Originally Posted by samwichse
I honestly love the attrage sedan. This one's not originally designed as hatchback, it's not a spinoff from Mirage. Has a total different front face unlike the fiesta.
That and not to mention Mitsubishi always has been creating sedans, they started it all from sedans. It might be cheaply made but mainly because of the low labour cost and materials but they owned the great technology as sedans. Lancer Evo's are all sedans. The great Galants are all sedans.
What I'm trying to say is, to make another sedan they don't have to redesign anything, just pick a stock blueprint, put the current safety technology in it and make them.
Besides I believe Mitsu has other plans for this car. Sedan is considered a luxury model in Asia, if you own a hatchback you either poor and just made your switch from motorcycle to car or you are below average. And Mitsu wants to boost their selling, and one way to do that is to make cheap sedans to be used as taxis. Taxis in asia is always a sedan. You don't see a hatchback as taxi.
1. this car won't see Europe
2. Not sure about US, it might be sold there because the market to sell is widely ranged enough (fiesta sedan??? Yaris Sedan??? Sounds like Asia)
Last edited by m4v3r1ck; 12-19-2013 at 05:44 AM.
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