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Mitsubishi overview

Mitsubishi (pronounced ‘mit-suh-bi-shee’) is a Japanese automotive manufacturer. Mitsubishi started out as a shipping firm when it was founded by Yatarō Iwasaki in 1870 in Kobe, Japan. Eventually, Mitsubishi expanded into automotive manufacturing, producing the Model-A, Japan’s first series-production car. In 1970, the car division was separated from Mitsubishi Heavy Industries. Since 2016, Nissan owns one-third (34%) of Mitsubishi as part of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance.

The Mitsubishi brand has always stood for developing innovative technologies. With a strong focus on reliability and driving performance. The manufacturer has a reputation for building all-wheel-drive (AWD) and four-wheel-drive (4WD) vehicles. These models are more than capable when dealing with demanding driving conditions.

Mitsubishi has pioneered the development of electric and plug-in hybrid technology. Launching the i-MiEV – the world’s first mass-produced electric vehicle – in 2009. Following this, the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV (Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle) was launched in 2013. This model was the world’s first plug-in hybrid electric SUV. Mitsubishi’s strategy is for 100% of its sales to be electric or hybrid by 2035.


Popular Mitsubishi models

The Mitsubishi ASX is a subcompact crossover SUV that was introduced by the brand in 2010. The model is best suited to city and suburban driving and is perfect for families. The ASX is a practical and versatile model. Offering plenty of space for everything from shopping bags to bikes. With a raised driving position, it is easy to park and has a raft of advanced safety features and entertainment options.

The Mitsubishi Outlander is a popular compact crossover SUV, which launched in 2001. The Outlander is spacious and comfortable, offering a third row of seating. The model can transport up to 7 passengers, great for families on the go. Used Mitsubishi Outlander cars are available with petrol or diesel engines. Newer models come with a 2.0-litre petrol engine or as a PHEV (plug-in hybrid vehicle).

The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross is a compact crossover coupé, which arrived on UK roads in 2017. It has a distinctive and modern design. This model offers a 1.5-litre turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine. Available with an AWD nine-speed manual or CVT transmission gearbox, it handles well whatever the terrain.

One of the UK’s favourite pickup trucks, the Mitsubishi L200, has been available in the UK since 1978. A robust off-roader, it is designed to be a workhorse, with a towing capacity of 3,500kgs and a 625kg additional payload (including driver). It boasts superior four-wheel drive that can switch between terrain modes as conditions change. There are also a range of advanced safety features, including radar to detect obstructions, automatic braking, stability control and a lane-departure warning system.


Manufacturer awards

Mitsubishi is the recipient of many manufacturer awards. Mainly in relation to the brand's automotive engineering innovations over the years. In 2021, the Mitsubishi L200 scooped Best Pick-up for Value at the 2021 What Car? Awards, and in the same year, the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross took first place in the What Car? Reliability Survey, scoring a perfect 100% rating.

The Mitsubishi Outlander Plug-in Hybrid received the 2023 Family Green Car of the Year by Green Car Journal. The model also won a slew of additional awards over the years. The Outlander won the 2019 Best Plug-in Vehicle Award from Company Car and Van Magazine. Also winning the 2013 – 2014 Japan Car of the Year Innovation Award and the 2014 RJC Technology of the Year Award.


Mitsubishi frequently asked questions


Who owns Mitsubishi?

Nissan owns Mitsubishi. Nissan is a multinational Japanese automotive manufacturer with a 34% stake in Mitsubishi Motors.

Who makes Mitsubishi?

Mitsubishi Motors Corpororation design and produce Mitsubishi vehicles. The headquarters are located in Japan.

Where is Mitsubishi made?

Mitsubishi manufacture their vehicles in various locations across the globe. These include Japan, the Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, China, Russia and Brazil.

What does Mitsubishi mean?

Mitsubishi is a Japanese name that can be broken down into two parts. ‘Mitsu’ meaning ‘three’ and ‘hishi’ meaning water chestnut. 'Hishi' is used to describe a diamond shape. Put together ‘mitsubishi’ is translated as ‘three diamonds’. This is represented by the Mitsubishi Group’s iconic three-diamond logo. Founder of Mitsubishi, Yatarō Iwasaki, chose the three-diamond logo for the company to symbolise the Iwasaki family crest.

How reliable are Mitsubishi cars?

Mitsubishi has an excellent reputation for building practical and reliable vehicles. Regular servicing and maintenance will ensure that your vehicle maintains its reliability.

Where is the nearest Mitsubishi dealer?

Arnold Clark has a wide range of used Mitsubishi cars for sale. To find your nearest Arnold Clark branch head to our find a dealer page. https://www.arnoldclark.com/find-a-dealer.

How to pronounce Mitsubishi?

Mitsubishi is pronounced Mit-suh-bi-shee or mɪ́tsəbɪ́ʃɪj using the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA).

How to connect iPhone to Mitsubishi Bluetooth?

Press HOME on your vehicle’s infotainment screen, go to settings and select Bluetooth, then select ‘pair’ or a ‘add a device’. The system will search for available devices and should discover your iPhone within a few seconds. Then, open your phone, go to settings and turn on Bluetooth. You may then receive a Bluetooth pairing request on your iPhone. You can then confirm this by tapping ‘pair’ or ‘connect’. Your infotainment screen may ask you to confirm a passkey that matches the one displayed on your iPhone; if they match, confirm the pairing.

How does Mitsubishi PHEV work?

A Mitsubishi PHEV (Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle) combines petrol or diesel and electricity to improve fuel efficiency and reduce emissions. Mitsubishi PHEVs have one or more electric motors. These work with the internal combustion engine (ICE) or operate independently power the wheels. In each vehicle is a lithium-ion battery pack, which stores electrical energy to power the electric motors. It can be charged from an external power source, such as a charging station.

If you are driving your Mitsubishi in electric-only mode, it uses electricity from the battery to power the electric motor(s). Electric-only mode is ideal for short trips and city driving, helping to reduce emissions and improve fuel efficiency. If your battery runs out of charge, the vehicle can switch to petrol or diesel, or operate as a hybrid.

How long to charge Mitsubishi PHEV?

The charging time for a Mitsubishi PHEV varies depending on several factors. These include the battery capacity, the charging equipment used and the charging power level. Using a standard household 230-volt outlet (Level 1 charger) can take around four hours to fully charge on most Mitsubishi PHEV models. Some models may support DC (Direct Current) fast charging. These chargers can charge up to 80% of the battery in about 25 to 30 minutes.

What does FQ stand for Mitsubishi cars?

In Mitsubishi cars, the ‘FQ’ badge denotes high-performance, high-powered vehicles. Some Mitsubishi sources say the ‘FQ’ stands for ‘faster quality,’. These models are known for enhanced engine performance and handling. They are also typically sportier than the standard versions of the same models.

Where is the vin number on a Mitsubishi?

The VIN is usually located on the left side of your dashboard near the windscreen. You can also find it on your vehicle registration document.

What does heat standby mean on Mitsubishi?

Heat standby on a Mitsubishi car means that the air conditioner must warm up the coils before the heating can come on. This is completely normal and may last for five to ten minutes, at which point the unit will begin normal heating. It is important not to turn off the whole unit when it is in standby mode, as this will extend the time it takes for the heating to start.


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