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Mitsubishi Extends Zero-Interest Car Loans

November 6, 2001

Mitsubishi Motors Corp said it would extend its current zero-interest financing deal in the United States until the end of November. October industry-wide sales have hit record numbers. They rose 24 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 21.3 million vehicles.Mitsubishi is offering zero-interest financing on six models it sells in the United States, including its Montero (called Pajero/Shogun in other markets) and Montero (Challenger/Shogun Sport) sport/utility vehicles.
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