Triumphed in Passenger Cars and Commercial
ORIENTATION automotive customers in Indonesia over the past few decades barely shifted. At least until today. They still love the big car that can carry many passengers. Although in some big city traffic jams became increasingly, but then the multi-purpose vehicle (MPV) car type remains to be excellent in sales, rather than a small car (city car) which is actually more agile penetrate dense city traffic.
Realize with that condition, Mitsubishi is focusing to capture market share in the passenger car category. Through some type passanger cars such as the Mitsubishi Galant, Lancer, L200 Strada, Kuda, Grandis, Triton, Mirage and Pajero. For the Indonesian market, Mirage and Pajero variants became a consumer favorite car, a used car for the price range of this variant please check the site Carmudi Indonesia.
By carrying out the image , the spirit of the product for the dynamic people, the type of passanger vehicles from Mitsubishi featuring exclusive impression, strong, graceful, and tough. It was to show that Mitsubishi is also not inferior to brands other Japanese cars, especially Honda, Nissan, Suzuki, and Toyota dominate the car market in this country.
Famous Through Fuso and Colt
In addition to passenger cars, Mitsubishi is also famous for its top quality commercial vehicles, Mitsubishi Fuso become a mainstay trust brand for business consumers in Indonesia. Mitsubishi trucks reliability has been well-known and proven since 1970, where the commercial vehicle with two models of Mitsubishi Colt Diesel vehicles and Fuso is capable of being the market leader in the commercial vehicle segment for more than 40 years.
Mitsubishi commercial vehicle trade mark has become very well known people in Indonesia for more than four decades. In Indonesia Mitsubishi famous commercial models called Kol which is the original name of the Colt T100.
Not only that, when faced with the problem of the depletion of oil reserves, the factory car was searching for a vehicle that can be driven by alternative energy sources. That also happen for manufacturer Mitsubishi which is trying to develop electrical energy in a vehicle.
Develop Electric Cars
However, unlike electric cars that have been sold in the market, Mitsubishi is researching the possibility of using an electric motor for each wheel in their cars. This is done so that the acceleration and power an electric car is not much different from a conventional engine vehicles.
That why project Mitsubishi MIEV (Mitsubishi In-Wheel motor Electric Vehicle) was launched in 2006 in Japan. As electric vehicles that use batteries, MIEV of course free of residual gases and keep the enviroment clean.