Mitsubishi Motors North America Sales Are Up 13 Percent


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CYPRESS, Calif., — Mitsubishi Motors North America Tuesday reported June sales, including 1,461 sales of the Outlander Sport CUV marks a 13 percent increase compared to June of 2011. Year-to-date sales of Outlander Sport are up 2.6 percent.

"We're pleased that U.S. consumers are confirming our strategy of focusing on fuel-efficient models like this stylish crossover," said MMNA president & CEO Yoichi Yokozawa. "We'll begin U.S. production of this popular model this month in Normal, Illinois."

Mitsubishi sales of the Lancer Evolution continue to grow as well, with an increase of more than 31 percent in June. Lancer Evolution sales are up more than 35 percent year to date.

Sales of the Galant sedan were up 116 percent for the month and are up 3.1 percent year to date.

For more information, contact the Mitsubishi Motors News Bureau at 888-560-6672 or visit media.mitsubishicars.com.

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