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Mitsubishi Motors Nov. U.S. Sales Up 7.6%

Mitsubishi Motors North America Inc., a unit of Japan's Mitsubishi Motors Corp., (7211,MMTOF.PK), on Tuesday reported a 7.6% increase in sales for November, its ninth consecutive year-over-year sales growth. It was also the best November sales in the last seven years.

Misubishi sold 6,534 units in November, up from 6,071 sold last year.

Mitsubishi Motors' American-made Outlander Sport 5-passenger crossover led the way with sales of 2,679 units for the month, up 30.1% from a year eaerlier, making it the best November sales month for the vehicle since its launch four years ago.

"We've seen nine consecutive months of year-over-year increases, with the Outlander Sport and the Mirage leading the way," said Mitsubishi Motors North America Executive Vice President, Don Swearingen. "We've also had a strong November for our Outlander and Lancer and are on track to continue this momentum through the end of the year."

by RTTNews Staff Writer

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