Mitsubishi set for its biggest-ever stand

Goddard, Charlotte
October 1998
Marketing Event;Oct98, p7
Announces that Space Wagon, Space Star, and Challenger, the three automobile models of Mitsubishi Motors, will be launched at NEC show on October 20 to November 1, 1998. Appropriateness of launching the automobiles at the British International Motor Show.


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