This is our Warranty
At Mitsubishi, we’re so confident in the quality, reliability and durability of the cars we built that we back our passenger cars and sport utility vehicles with some of the most comprehensive warranties available.
10-Year/160,000-km powertrain limited warranty:
The powertrain is the heart of your vehicle, so we do everything we can to make sure it never skips a beat. Because with a 10-year warranty, you’ll be spending a long time together.
5-year/100,000-km new vehicle limited warranty:
The Mitsubishi Motors model lineup is a blend of eye-catching style and adrenalin-pumping performance. There are thousands of parts that go into our performance vehicles, and we back just about everything for 5 years or 1000,000 kilometers, whichever comes first.
5-year/unlimited-km roadside assistance:
Mitsubishi Motors Roadside Assistance is one kind of protection you know you can rely on when the going gets tough. In the unlikely event you should find yourself in need of a little help on the road, just call Roadside Assistance 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and we’ll provide the emergency services you need, including free towing, battery boosts, flat-tire service, emergency fuel and fluid delivery, and more.
This is our History
Mitsubishi motors can be traced to 1917 when our first mass-produced car, the Mitsubishi model-A, rolled off the production line. But that’s not when Mitsubishi began operations. The company has a long and diverse history.
1914: The Mitsubishi Triple Diamond trademark is registered.
1917: The Mitsubishi Model-A takes its place in Japanese history as a pioneer of the first mass-production passenger car.
1936: PX33 is introduced as Japan’s first 4-wheel drive production car. This was the origin of Mitsubishi 4WD technology.
1970: Galant GTO – first 4G Series engines, the precursor to the Lancer Evolution engine.
1980: Mitsubishi is the first engineer a turbocharged diesel engine for passenger cars in Japan.
1992: The company introduces next-generation engine with Mitsubishi Innovative Valve timing and lift Electronic Control (MIVEC), allowing maximum engine performance while maintaining fuel efficiency.
2004: 10-Year Warranty launch in Canada.
2011: In December, the remarkable all-electric i-MiEV begins to roll out in Canada, leading the way in EV technology.
These are our Achievements
Mitsubishi Motor’s is a leading innovator of the traction control system, as well as breakthrough silent shaft engine technology. We proudly have accomplished more consecutive wins at the Paris-Dakar Rally than any other manufacturer and have ranked highly in various other world competitions.
1962: Mitsubishi Motor’s inaugural international motorsports event, the Macau Grand Prix (under 750cc class). Mitsubishi 500 sets a new course record and wins its class.
1964: The colt 1000 wins a Class Title in the 2nd Japan Grand Prix Auto Race.
1974: Looking for the ultimate test of durability. Mitsubishi enters the Lancer 1600GSR in the East African Safari Rally and dominates the competition with a first-second-third-place sweep.
1992: Japan Car Research and Journalist Conference names Mitsubishi Motor’s Intelligent & Innovative Electronic Control System (INVECS) Adaptive Shift Control Technology of the Year.
1998: Montero dominates the Dakar Rally as it sweeps the top four positions, Lancer Evolution’s victory in the WRC and Montero’s win in the FIA World Class Cup Cross-Country Rally.
2003: Mitsubishi introduces the Lancer Evolution in America and Automobile Magazine promptly honours it as 2003 Automobile of the Year.
2007: Mitsubishi Is the first to score seven straight Dakar Rally wins. This marks the 12th Championship win.
2011: The Lancer is named a ‘Top Safety Pick’ by the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety (IIHS) for 5 years in a row.
2012: Natural Resources Canada name i-MiEV Canada’s most Fuel-Efficient Sub-Compact Car.