Rental House Culture Allows the Rule of the Rich

Rental House Culture Allows the Rule of the Rich

A love for Mitsubishi and its Lancer

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Mitsubishi, if you haven’t heard, is a multinational company that started its roots as a shipping firm first, but then grew and covered as well other range of businesses. They started to diverge from banks to telecom and even went to electronics, mining and so on. But I’m not here to talk all of that, the one that really piqued my interest is Mitsubishi’s automotive side of the company or widely known as Mitsubishi Motors Corporation.
Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) officially started in the 1900’s and the very first car they built was the seven-seater sedan named Mitsubishi Model A, which has only 22 units produced and sold. Then jumped off to a military sedan named PX33, which is the first passenger car that utilized full four-wheel drive. Although their production had stopped due to the WWII event, it then resumed and continued to manufacture cars such as the very popular Mitsubishi Galant, Lancer and Mirage.
On a personal perspective, my love for Mitsubishi started way back, having to grow up in an environment where cars is like a dime in a dozen, since we own a car repair shop, it wasn’t hard for me to have daily encounters with different Mitsubishi models. But amongst all, where I fell in love the most was the Mitsubishi Lancer.
The Mitsubishi lancer was truly for me an epitome of its class, such as the famous Lancer EX 2000 or commonly known in the Philippines as the “Box Type”. It wasn’t made aerodynamically due to its squared edges but the masculinity it emulates was really felt. Then another type of Lancer that was released was their “Evolution” series. Wherein you would see, up to present, 10 different evolutions of the Mitsubishi lancer and each have their own unique identifier and enhancements.
Truly, Mitsubishi has made a mark in the automobile industry and in the hearts of their consumers and drivers. And that mark, it wasn’t just made with the words that they speak, but with the cars they built. Just like what happened to me, It caused me to buy my own.

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