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Mitsubishi Motors Reveals New Mid-Size Truck at Mitsubishi Dealer Show

September 28, 2004

Mitsubishi Motors North America, Inc. (MMNA) on September 23 announced that "Raider" would be the name of the company's new midsize truck to be unveiled at the 2005 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.Mitsubishi Motors dealers attending the national franchise convention were treated to a preview of the new truck, along with the new Eclipse coupe also scheduled to debut at the Detroit show. Both new vehicles feature interior and exterior designs created by Mitsubishi Motors Cypress, California design studio. The Eclipse is slated to go on sale in summer 2005, followed by the truck in early fall. The truck's styling incorporates signature design cues from the Mitsubishi family of vehicles — including Endeavor and Galant. The Raider will include a standard V-6 and a V-8 engine option, two different cab configurations, and unique interior and exterior styling distinctive to Mitsubishi. The Raider, based on the Dodge Dakota midsize truck, will be built in the Daimler-Chrysler plant in Warren, Michigan. Raider available feature highlights include:

  • 4.7L V8 with 230 horsepower and 290 pounds-feet of torque.
  • Fully boxed steel frame.
  • Independent front suspension with coil-over shocks and live axle multi-leaf rear suspension.
  • Extended or double cab in two- and four-wheel drive.
  • 500-watt audio system with 6-CD in-dash changer.
  • Bluetooth technology.
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