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Old 07-06-2019, 02:36 PM   #65
heavyD
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Join Date: Nov 2008
Chapter/Region: W. Canada
Location: Calgary, Alberta, Canada
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2018 M2 LCI

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I have to admit the Mitsubishi's we've owned in the past have been very reliable. My wife's old 2007 Outlander was trouble free well past the warranty and the only thing we ever fixed out of pocket was for a leaking power steering hose. Even in Canada I didn't have AYC pump failure so I was lucky there for sure but I owned two DSM's that I abused which never broke down. I think Mitsubishi can build decent vehicles but their image is poor and unlike Hyundai decades back they have never tried hard enough to dig themselves out of the hole they started digging for themselves in the late 90's. Hyundai worked extremely hard to get mainstream buyers to consider their products again and it took some time but they had long term vision and stuck to it. Mitsubishi is just a poorly managed company which is a shame because in the 80's and 90's they were amongst the most creative manufacturers out there.
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