A tough and able badge which manages to escape the cheapy image attached to some far eastern importers. Part of the reason for this is that its intriguing range of useful stuff is not actually that cheap, and part of the reason is that these cars are properly built. Oh, and then there's the Evo - legacy of a raucous rallying heyday.
$28,990 - $56,990
The ASX is one of those cars that doesn't do anything radical, but it does most things well. Job done for Mitsubishi? Reckon so.
$14,990 - $37,990
Charmingly effortless take on the city car idea. Calling it after a young horse seems a bit flawed, but they get away with. Don't expect it to grow up to be an Evo X though.
Latest, and perhaps last, of the breed which started with road-fettled rally Lancers and turned into a religion. Still crazy, but maybe its time is drawing to a close.
The car the electric dream is modelled on isn't
here yet, but it will be. This is a blinding city car, with four actual doors.
Bit of a shock when you open the boot though - there's an engine in it.
$20,990 - $71,690
Don't go thinking, 'Yeah, it's like an Evo but cheaper'. That's like thinking, 'A Walkman? That's like the iPhone with better battery life, innit?'. It isn't.
$31,490 - $48,990
Mitsubishi's own version of the Peugeot 4007 (which it also builds). So an SUV that's really just a chunky estate. A good on-roader, then.
$40,990 - $73,503
Nostalgia-infused throwback to the days when warriors in Samurai films didn't float through the air in slow motion but just got on with it. Discovery whups its ass.
$19,990 - $53,990
Looks horrendous but as tough as nails. Not unlike a rugby league forward.