Mitsubishi is an old automaker, having built its first car in 1917. But after the war, it restarted operations by assembling cars from other manufacturers (famously Willys' CJ-3B Jeep, which it built until 1998). It built its own cars again in the 1960s, building both small cars such as the Colt and larger ones like the Debonair. It was a deal with Chrysler that brought Mitsubishi to the U.S. By 1982, Mitsubishi was ready to sell cars under its own name. A few years later, it formed Diamond-Star Motors with Chrysler to produce some joint-venture cars in the U.S., such as the Eclipse (which was also sold as an Eagle and a Plymouth). In the States, its position as a full-line automaker has eroded, but it currently sells several crossovers under the Outlander nameplate and the subcompact Mirage. The Eclipse Cross crossover is the latest Mitsubishi to hit the market.

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