OEM Mitsubishi Wheels - Used Factory Original Rims
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- We Guarantee all new and used Mitsubishi Rims or wheels will arrive in immaculate condition unless otherwise stated.
- Below are links to images for all models of OEM Mitsubishi wheels.
- On the following pages, all pictures will specify if the used Mitsubishi rims you choose are aluminum alloy, steel, chrome, silver paint or machined.
- To find all relevant details for you to match your used Mitsubishi wheel exactly to what you need.
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- To determine your wheel size you will need to look on the side wall of your tire. - Example = P235/75R15 is a 15" Rim.
Information On Factory Mitsubishi Rims and Wheels
Mitsubishi Motors has a long history that begins when The Mitsubishi company founded by Yataro Iwasaki as a shipping firm founded in 1870 began to diversify and produced the Model A car in 1917. Although the Model A was the first automobile produced to be sold publicly, it was completely hand built making it much more expensive than other cars at the time that were able to be mass produced from assembly lines- with only 22 built the Model A was discontinued in 1921. It was not until the mid 1940s that Mitsubishi turned its attention back to vehicles for production that slowly developed into the Mitsubishi Motors established in 1970.
When first entering into the competitive market of personal automobiles, Mitsubishi wisely chose to piggyback some of Chrysler's popularity by selling them a 15% stake in the company as well as selling the Mitsubishi Galant through Dodge as the Colt. By 1980, Mitsubishi produced a million cars for the year and in 1982 the Mitsubishi brand debuted in the U.S. with 70 dealers nationwide to sell 30,000 cars (Chrysler had 90,000 Mitsubishi vehicles to sell). Mitsubishi continued to grow, and in 1986 a facility in Illinois was purchased jointly with Chrysler to manufacture vehicles with combined technology- owned by Diamond star (combining the Chrysler and Mitsubishi logos) motors, an entity created specifically for the Illinois plant. Shortly after, Mitsubishi went public and Chrysler increased its stake to over 20%.
Mitsubishi continued on the path of growth and independence (by 1993 Chrysler had no stake and had sold its portion of Diamond Star Motors to Mitsubishi) until 2000 when a scandal involving defect cover-up (think more failing brakes and fuel tank leaks than stuck floor mats) with over 25 defects confessed to. The president of Mitsubishi motors, Kawasoe, along with 23 others were arrested. Since then, Mitsubishi has slowly recuperated by reducing a lot of its market presence in U.S. while producing more vehicles for Nissan and PSA Peugeot Citroen as well as exporting out to markets like Russia and Ukraine.
If you are ready to place your order with us, then follow these easy steps: click on the mdoel of your car in the links above, click on the year your car was made from the links on that page, find the wheels from the pictures, then click order instantly. If you would prefer ordering over the phone or still have questions about your rims, or ours, feel free to call our toll free number. Thanks for visiting!
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