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Record Year for Mitsubishi
March 31, 2011   
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Mitsubishi Motors last year sold the highest number of cars since it started business in Poland. For the first time, Mitsubishi sold over 10,000 cars in this country, with sales peaking at 10,019, 11 percent more than in 2009. Moreover, every month between October and December saw records being broken. In December, a total of 1,358 new cars with the three diamonds logo left Mitsubishi showrooms, 3 percent up on the previous sales record set in November. Compared to December 2009, sales rose almost 90 percent.

The best-selling Mitsubishi model in 2010 was the Outlander and it also proved to be the most popular SUV in Poland. The Lancer came in second, followed by the new Mitsubishi ASX crossover. Introduced in July last year, the ASX became an instant hit with buyers, garnering excellent reviews in the trade press and becoming the best-selling model of December. The L200 pickup also did very well and last year proved the best-selling car in its market segment in Poland. In contrast to many competing models, sales grew 50 percent in December.

“We achieved such superb results thanks to the hard work of our company staff and management as well as all dealerships,” said Arkadiusz Tomala, managing director of Mitsubishi’s division in Poland. “I would like to thank them for their commitment and thank all customers for their trust. I am extremely happy about the spectacular success of the new ASX crossover, the Outlander and the L200.”

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