Mitsubishi Debonair

Mitsubishi Debonair

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The Mitsubishi Debonair is a four-door luxury car, introduced by Mitsubishi Motors in 1964 to serve as their flagship passenger vehicle in the Japanese domestic market. Three distinct generations were available during its 35-year production run until it was discontinued in 1999. The first and second generation models were used by senior level executives of the Mitsubishi Group and affiliated companies, or essentially a Mitsubishi senior executive company car made by the motor vehicle division of Mitsubishi.

Model history

First generation

The Debonair was Mitsubishi's competitor to the Nissan Cedric and Toyota Crown and during the first generations production, the appearance remained generally unchanged from 1964 - 1986, sharing an appearance tradition with the Toyota Century, that being iconically recognized as a senior executive sedan. Although it received several minor redesigns (denoted I through IV in Roman numerals), the vehicle proved popular enough in the Japanese executive market to remain in production for 22 years without major appearance modifications. The market introduction of the Honda Legend in 1986 influenced many traditional Japanese models to update the appearance of their vehicles, including the Debonair.

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