Our web store carries a selection of Mitsubishi car filters at prices significantly lower than dealer equivalent products. Filters For My Car stocks Mitsubishi air filters that are guaranteed to match OEM specifications and work just as well as a dealer replacement. We also offer a variety of Mitsubishi cabin air filters that filtrate the air inside the vehicle and remove dust particles and odors. Please remember to check both your engine air filter and cabin air filter regularly to ensure they are clean and free of contaminants. The following paragraphs contains a brief description of Mitsubishi’s history as well as reviews their current vehicle offerings.
The Mitsubishi Motors Corporation was formed in 1970 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. The company is part of the Mitsubishi Group. This huge conglomerate consists of companies that range from Banking, Construction, Insurance, and a variety of heavy duty machinery manufacturers. Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. introduced its first car, The Model A, in 1917. After this first model, Mitsubishi has had a history of producing vehicles in Japan for a number of years.
Throughout the years since the production of its first vehicle, Mitsubishi looked to several American companies to strike up a partnership in return for capital investment to use its vehicles for re-branding. It was Chrysler that bought a small stake in the company and in return re-branded the Mitsubishi Galant as the Dodge Colt in the US. Mitsubishi was finally introduced as a brand in the US in the early 1980s and sold a variety of low vehicles such as the Tredia and Cordia. The company went public in 1988 and has since remained in the US. The brand garnished some initial success in the early 1990s with its risky investment in SUVs as it rode the wave of popular mid size SUVs sales success in the US.
Since its the late 1990s the company has weathered a number of financial problems due to its tremendous debt obligations and overseas companies fighting for controlling stake in Mitsubishi. During the early 2000s the company debated on leaving US operations due to its low sales and high number of quality complaints by customers. This decision was later rethought and more capital was invested back into the company to revise and update its lineup. The brand has since enjoyed success with its performance based Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution sedans and moderate boost in sales of other vehicles such as the Outlander. Its current lineup includes the Eclipse, Endeavor, Galant, Lancer, Lancer Evolution, and Outlander.