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    Mitsubishi Ralliart

    Saw this yesterday. Don't know that it will trickle down any parts to the Mirage, but it's good that they want to get brand recognition back up.


    https://www.forbes.com/sites/peterly...h=265fb55213e5



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    I saw that article too. Since the Outlander Sport can use Lancer 08+ Non-Evo suspension parts in the FWD model such as mine (straight bolt on, no mods necessary) I'm hoping for some springs, struts with more aggressive rates.
    Last edited by inuvik; 05-13-2021 at 10:45 PM.

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    “we will launch custom-made accessories for our model lineup as well as re-entering motorsport events around the world,” said Mitsubishi CEO Takao Kato.

    This is promising. If/When Mitsu returns to motorsports, it will definitely build a stronger brand. Just look at Subaru and Ken Block with the Gymkhana videos. If Mitsu can do something like that, that'd be awesome.... obviously Mitsu doesn't have a "sporty" vehicle in the States but outside, it seems like their trucks have been bangin'!

    I really do hope they create some sort of Yaris GR competitor now they have a few more "resources" from "collaborating" with Nissan/Renault.


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