Sell Your Mitsubishi For Top Cash
Do you have a 1997 Lancer you wanted to get rid of? Selling old cars is hard without giving them the proper care to attract new owners.
Sell Used Cars makes selling your unwanted Mitsubishi super easy! We handle the repairs, detailing, maintenance, and finding the right buyers so you can sit back and relax.
Simply contact us for a great cash offer. We often buy and collect vehicles on the same day
Buy a Stunning Mitsubishi From Us
Are you a car enthusiast wanting to get your hands on the stunning Mitsubishi Lancer X? Or maybe you want a reliable Pajero Sport to handle your adventures?
Whatever it is, contact our helpful team and tell us the vehicle you most desire. We sell all types of Mitsubishi and other vehicle brands in excellent condition at very reasonable prices.
Popular Models In Australia
Mitsubishi is known for creating cars you actually enjoy driving. This has led to Australians falling in love with Mitsubishi cars much like the rest of the world.
In 2021, Mitsubishi sold over 67,000 cars in Australia. This makes them the 6th most popular car brand in Australia with the following being the most popular models sold in the country:
- Mitsubishi Outlander
- Mitsubishi Triton
- Mitsubishi ASX
- Mitsubishi Pajero Sport
- Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross
- Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV
- Mitsubishi Mirage
- Mitsubishi Express
A Brief History of Mitsubishi
The early days of Mitsubishi started as early as 1870 as a shipbuilding company under the leadership of its founder Yataro Iwasaki.
Their introduction to automotive started in 1917 when Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Co. Ltd. created Mitsubishi Model A, their first hand-built car. It was discontinued in 1921 due to high cost.
In 1953, Mitsubishi took advantage of Japan’s booming economy and introduced the Mitsubishi 500 to meet the consumer’s demand.
After a series of car models from 1953-1970, the company finally decided to create a division that focuses on the automotive industry. Mitsubishi Motor Corporation was formed on April 22, 1970.
In 2011, Mitsubishi became the sixth largest Japanese automaker producing over a million vehicles per year. In 2016 they became part of the Renault–Nissan–Mitsubishi Alliance giving a 34% stake to Nissan.
Today, Mitsubishi cars are seen in over 160 countries and employ over 86,000 people around the world.