Mitsubishi Motors Reports Record Outlander Sport Sales In June

        Mitsubishi Motors Reports Record Outlander Sport Sales In June

PR Newswire

CYPRESS, Calif., July 2, 2013

CYPRESS, Calif., July 2, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --Mitsubishi Motors North America
(MMNA) today reported that the U.S.-built Outlander Sport in June showed its
best-ever sales for a single month. The 2,634 units sold represent a
year-over-year sales increase of more than 80 percent.

The record total marks the tenth consecutive month of sales increases for the
fuel-efficient CUV. Outlander Sport sales are up more than 54 percent year to

"We can't emphasize enough the importance of Outlander Sport's recent
designation as a "Top Safety Pick+" by the Insurance Institute for Highway
Safety (IIHS)," said MMNA President & CEO Yoichi Yokozawa. "Consumers can now
add class-leading safety to high fuel-efficiency and an attractive price as
reasons to consider our CUV."

Early sales of the all-new 2014 Outlander contributed to a 58 percent increase
in Outlander sales for the month compared to June 2012. Overall Outlander
sales are up more than 25 percent year-to-date.

"The all-new 2014 Outlander, with its cutting-edge safety technology, should
be available in all Mitsubishi dealerships across the country," Yokozawa
added. "With Outlander Sport and now the all-new Outlander, we feel we have a
very solid one-two punch."

Sales of Mitsubishi models currently in production were up 40 percent compared
to June 2012. However due to discontinued models, total overall Mitsubishi
sales were down 2 percent.

Mitsubishi Motors North America Inc., (MMNA) is responsible for all
manufacturing, sales and marketing operations for Mitsubishi Motors in the
United States. MMNA sells cars and light trucks through a network of
approximately 400 dealers. For more information, contact the Mitsubishi
Motors News Bureau at (888) 560-6672 or visit

SOURCE Mitsubishi Motors North America

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