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    kasi po i'm hearing a lot of rumors regarding sa pagkalugi sobra ng mitsubishi for the past few years and also with this news: http://www.thecarconnection.com/index.asp?article=7153 at ito: http://www.smh.com.au/articles/2004/...?from=storylhs

    please share your information regarding this matter kasi po we are planning to buy a 2005 lancer sana. thanks to you all mga sirs in advance.

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    Mitsubishi has been in trouble for at least four years already. Even if they go under, there are still lots of dealers trading in Mitsubishi parts. It should be okay. They're not going to die out completely, but it's going to take a long time for Mitsu to rebuild.

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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    malakas pa din Mitsubishi Heavy Industries yun pang construction nila. baka nga hobby company lang yan mitsu motors, tulad ng ng Hyundai & Daewoo ng Korea. puros pang heavy equipments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldblue
    malakas pa din Mitsubishi Heavy Industries yun pang construction nila. baka nga hobby company lang yan mitsu motors, tulad ng ng Hyundai & Daewoo ng Korea. puros pang heavy equipments.

    There is no such thing as a "hobby company". They are losing billions of dollars and nobody wants to bail them out. They were expecting the new Eclipse would help Mitsu's sales but I have only seen 2 on the road since it came out.

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    hmmm....aabangan ko na yung closeout sale ng mga evo 9 :D

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    sa popular models, in-place na ang supply ng mga replacement...

    pero kung warranty ang habol... doon ang problema

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedHorse
    sa popular models, in-place na ang supply ng mga replacement...

    pero kung warranty ang habol... doon ang problema

    DAMN! I just got our Grandis last week!

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    besides the lancer would probably have lower resale value after 5 years as compared to an altis or civic. or even a mazda3.

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    I don't think a huge company like Mitsubishi will totally close down. They may be losing money in certain geographical regions, but actually earning a profit in the Philippines or other areas. And also, Mitsubishi has its own plant here in the Philippines. If it is earning a profit selling vehicles to local consumers, they will keep it afloat (although new vehicle designs may be slow in coming).

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    Quote Originally Posted by zidane21
    kasi po i'm hearing a lot of rumors regarding sa pagkalugi sobra ng mitsubishi for the past few years and also with this news: http://www.thecarconnection.com/index.asp?article=7153 at ito: http://www.smh.com.au/articles/2004/...?from=storylhs

    please share your information regarding this matter kasi po we are planning to buy a 2005 lancer sana. thanks to you all mga sirs in advance.
    I think the news links you posted are more than 1 year old, and here we are with Mitsu coming out with a 2005 model.

    Kung totally malugi man ang Mitsubishi, it will most likely be taken over by a much larger auto maker and keep the name. Meaning, yung management ang nalulugi, not the brand itself. As a rough analogy, Red Ribbon being bought by Jollibee. Pero Red Ribbon pa rin ang pangalan niya, at hindi naman nabago yung menu. So they may continue supporting your Lancer vehicle for many years, eventhough Mitsubishi is now owned by DaimlerChrysler for example.

    By the way, for a more recent news, read this news article about the huge loss of Ford Motors in the states.

    http://biz.yahoo.com/bizj/051021/1180248.html?.v=5

    But if you look at it here in the Philippines, Ford is selling briskly and may not be affected by it.

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