Mitsubishi to Supply Compact Sedan to Chrysler
By Ameya Naik
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Published on July 2, 2014
Chrysler and Mitsubishi have signed a new agreement, under which, the Japanese automaker will supply their competitor with a global compact sedan. Though there is no news about which car will become a part of this re-badging exercise, we are sure it will be a B-segment sedan.
Considering this information, it is anybody's guess that it will be the Attrage/Mirage sedan that will become a part of this enterprise. The sedan will go on sale in Mexico in November, probably with a Dodge badge. Mitsubishi will supply the model for the next five years.
According to Bruno Cattorii, President, Chrysler de Mexico, "This new contract reaffirms the strong relationship that Chrysler de Mexico has built with Mitsubishi Motors Corporation since 2003 when we began distributing Mitsubishi vehicles in our country, which have garnered great acceptance in the Mexican market."
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