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Mitsubishi is a Japanese automaker with a long history. Founded in
1917, Mitsubishi holds the title for having produced Japan's very first
passenger vehicle and was simply called the Model A. Production of the
Model A continued domestically up until the Empire's colonial intentions
required it to join the war effort and stymied any hopes the nascent
automaker had of producing a more robust line-up of passenger cars and
trucks. As a result, Mitsubishi Motors had to wait until it sufficiently
recovered from the impact of the Second World War before it could
release the newly designed 500 in 1960. The 500 was a compact sedan and
was soon joined by the 360 Pickup and Van. The company would wait yet
another decade, however, before reaching American shores.
Soon after Mitsubishi arrived in the US, Chrysler purchased a huge
fifteen percent share of the corporation and began to employ many of the
stylistic and technological innovations pioneered by the Japanese
automaker. As a result of this collaboration, the Colt was developed and
sold under the Dodge badge simply due to the name-recognition the
American company had and the unease that the public felt with a foreign
and unfamiliar name like Mitsubishi. This strategy of rebranding
Mitsubishi's vehicles under the Dodge name went on for the better part
of a decade but by 1982 the two companies felt the American public was
ready to accept the Japanese automaker without
the Dodge badge and the first US-only model was released under the name
Tredia. The Tredia was a compact sedan that offered FWD and remained
true to the company's aesthetic. Shortly thereafter the company release
the Cordia and Starion, with the latter being the first to offer a
turbocharged four-cylinder engine. Perhaps the most memorable and
beloved vehicle to debut during this time was the Mirage which was
released in 1978 and enjoyed a 20 year run.
The 1990s were an especially good decade for Mitsubishi which
launched the 3000GT and Eclipse in 1990, both of which catered to the
performance obsessed and delivered both in terms of power and style. The
Eclipse was a four-cylinder sports-coupe which has become on of the
mainstays of the brand along with the Lancer (and its tuner variant the
Evo). The GT or GTO was even more aggressively styled with a true
emphasis on speed but was still available at a lower price than a
comparably equipped Miata or Integra. With the coming of the second
millennium, Mitsubishi expanded its lineup with the crossover Outlander,
the now infamous Lancer Evolution, and the Montero Sport which was a
Mitsubishi is one of the oldest and most respected Japanese car
companies in existence today. Their dedication to producing stylish,
performance-oriented vehicles has earned them the love and admiration of
thousands of enthusiasts the world over and has garnered a cult-like
following for several of their models like the Evo and Eclipse. Because
Mitsubishi puts so much time and energy into the creation of truly
superb automotive works of art, it is only natural that drivers and
enthusiasts alike expect the same quality and style when purchasing
aftermarket accessories for their rides.
At Rvinyl.com, we understand that Mitsubishi owners are a breed apart
and take great pains to offer only the best custom parts and
accessories. Whether you need a custom headlight cover for your Lancer,
want to wrap your Eclipse's hood in high-quality carbon fiber or need a
performance upgrade for your Evo we have what you're looking for. So,
don't wait until you're too old to enjoy your ride, hurry up and get the
best custom tints, wraps and
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