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Tuesday, November 06, 2012

By Manoj Kumawat

Mitsubishi Pajero SFX and Lancer Sedan phased out

Adieu to the most iconic cars in the Mitsubishi portfolio in India. After so many rumors and buzz in the market, Hindustan Motors-Mitsubishi has finally decided to say good bye to Mitsubishi Pajero SFX and Lancer Diesel sedan. The sales of SFX were ended in August 2012 and sales of Lancer were stopped in June 2012. This information was provided by a company official to in an email reply. As we all know, SFX was replaced by the impressive Pajero Sport, which came out with flying colors as soon as it was launched in the Indian car market. Therefore, if you are going to buy any of these two cars, make sure you bargain with the diesel and get some hefty discount on it. 



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Pajero Sport replacing SFX was done long ago, but Lancer Diesel hasn’t been replaced as of now. But the company might just give a replacement very soon. Plugging out these two cars from the Indian car bazaar was kind of expected from the firm as recently the car maker chopped down prices of its successful Pajero Sport. However, if looked behind, the Mitsubishi Pajero SFX was quite an impressive SUV and its tough body frame and superb reliability made it a favorite for off-roaders. 
On the other hand, Lancer Diesel sedan was posh and good-looking. It has a strong built as well but the less sales made it fade away with the time. In addition, the car had a lot of competition in the Indian car bazaar, which was making it difficult for the Lancer diesel sedan to survive in the market. Let’s see now how Hindustan Motors-Mitsubishi does handles the plug out and how does it plan to replace the Lancer Diesel sedan. We surely hope for the best for the company!

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Tuesday, November 20, 2012

One of my favorite car it exterior graphic looks attractive and from inside car is having lots of space..

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