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TMR Team | May, 03 2013 | 2 Comments

Mitsubishi Australia has announced a number of drive-away deals across its range as part of the carmaker's End of Financial Year Sale campaign.

The deals kick off at $12,990 drive-away for the light Mirage hatch (click all blue text for news and reviews), topping out at $59,990 for the top-shelf Pajero VRX four-wheel-drive.

For the Mirage, the deal offers the ES manual for $12,990 and the ES CVT automatic for $15,490, along with a $500 'cash back' rebate.

Moving up to the small segment, the manual-equipped Lancer Sport can be had for $19,990 drive-away, while the ASX 2WD manual is available for $24,990.

The Lancer Sport is a new addition to the range, arriving as the first model in the 2014 Lancer line-up. Based on the Lancer ES, the Sport also adds styling elements from the VRX and Ralliart models.

In the midsized SUV range, the all-new Outlander can be had in 2WD CVT LS trim for $29,990 drive-away.

The 'good old' Pajero family 4WD is also included in the sales, with the GLX-R available at $54,990 and the range-topping VRX priced at $59,990.

For tradies and weekend warriors, there's the Triton GL 4x4 Single Cab 2.4 petrol manual at $19,990, the GLX+ 4X4 Double Cab manual at $31,990 and the GLX-R 4X4 Double Cab at $38,990.

The usual conditions apply here: the deal is available only to private and/or ABN buyers (and this varies depending on the model), premium paint options are mostly excluded, and the cashback offer is available for vehicles ordered by May 31 and delivered by June 30.

Contact your Mitsubishi dealer for more details.

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