About Us

Mitsubishi Motor’s automotive tradition goes back to 1917 when its Model A, Japan’s first series-production automobile, was introduced. Over the next two decades the company developed amongst others, Japan’s first diesel engine, its first large-sized bus (the Fuso series), its first four-wheel drive passenger car prototype, and its first diesel-powered truck. In early 1960s, the Mitsubishi 500 met the need of family motoring. This was followed by the four-seater micro-compact two-stroke air-cooled 359cc engine Minica, which is still around, the Colt - a larger family car, and the Galant.

Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) was formed in 1970 to focus on the automotive industry. By the end of the decade Mitsubishi vehicles were picking up honours both at home and abroad, including South Africa’s 1977 “Car of the Year” (the Galant) and 1979 “USA’s Pick-up of the Year” (the L200). In 1982 the Pajero/Montero was launched, a unique 4×4. Quite incredibly, just a few months later, in the Paris-Dakar rally, it took honours in the Production Class and the Marathon Class, as well as the Best Team award. Two years later it won outright and a legend was born. Mitsubishi vehicles also began to make their mark in World Rally Championships. The Shogun became a global best-seller, winning “4×4 of the Year” awards in Britain, France, Australia, Spain and West Germany. And it was not alone on the honours list – Galants, Colts, Lancers and L200s were all being honoured worldwide.

In 1990, MMC introduced the world’s first Traction Control System, followed by Super Select 4WD and Multi-mode ABS in 1991 and INVECS in 1992. Commercial production of the Libero electric car began in 1994 whilst 1996 saw the development of the GDI engine. Mitsubishi’s strength in the motor-sport 4×4 heritage was demonstrated by a record breaking 12th victory in the 2007 Dakar rally – its seventh successive victory.

Our Mission

To fulfill our customers’ need via providing best quality product and service.


All our Technical staff are Mitsubishi trained to ensure your vehicle is maintained to the manufacturers high standards maintaining the reliability and performance that Mitsubishi vehicles are renowned for.

Our state of the art facilities incorporate the latest Mitsubishi tools and diagnostic equipment making sure that your vehicle is kept in top condition and to the manufacturers recommendations.

The in house parts and accessory department keep a comprehensive stock of Genuine Mitsubishi components making sure that your vehicle is kept to Mitsubishi's high standards.

The latest digital wheel balancing and tyre fitting equipment ensuring that the life of your vehicles tyres is maximised saving money whilst also making sure your vehicle steers and handles the way it should.

We can also service your vehicle whilst you wait in our comfortable customer lounge which has complimentary refreshments, television and free WiFi.

More Information

Yangon : 1A/2, Corner of Bayint Naung Rd & Ywarma Kyaung Rd, Hlaing Tsp.
Hotline : 09-260 902 943, Landline : 01 - 514 522, 01 - 530 174

Mandalay : No.413/4, 62nd Street (Between 36th Street & 37th street), Mahar
Myaing Quarter, Mahar Aung Myay Township, Mandalay.
Hotline : 09-456 005 573, 09-456 005 574.

Myeik : No.15, Kannar Rd, Daweisu Township, Myeik.
Hotline : 09-966 966 111, 09-966 966 333.

Taunggyi : No.3/11, Yay Htwet Oo Street, Phayar Phyu Ward, Taunggyi.
Hotline : 09-521 2514