Mitsubishi Service & Repair in Portland, OR serving Milwaukie, Sunnyside, Gladstone, Gresham, Woodstock, Oak Grove, Happy Valley, Clackamas, OR
Mitsubishi Automotive Service & Repair Shop in Portland, OR
Mitsubishi is a Japanese car manufacturer that has been producing affordable, fuel-efficient and stylish automobiles for nearly 100 years.
If you have ever had a car break down on you without warning, then chances are you were not scheduling regular preventative maintenance for that car. Preventative maintenance is important because it can help to minimize serious breakdowns and the high costs associated with those breakdowns. At K&M Auto Service in Portland, OR, we specialize at providing affordable and reliable preventative maintenance for your Mitsubishi.
Mitsubishi Repair, Maintenance & Services
Some of the scheduled maintenance & services that your Mitsubishi car, truck or SUV may need include:
- Oil Changes
- Tune Ups
- Radiator – Coolant/Antifreeze Change/Flush
- Air Filter Replacement
- A/C – Air Conditioning
- Wheel/Tire Alignment
- Timing Belt Replacement
- Brake Inspection/Check (Brakes replaced if needed)
- Exhaust & Muffler Repair & Service
Our highly skilled mechanics thoroughly assess your Mitsubishi to look for any problems or potential problems that may arise in the future. From fixing your air conditioner to flushing your radiator, our mechanics can do it all.
We at K&M Auto Service look forward to being your Portland auto repair and service shop for your Mitsubishi. Click here to contact us, or call our 2820 SE 50th Ave shop at (503) 235-1485, or our 1561 SE 122nd Ave at (503) 257-9667.
Schedule an appointment for your next Mitsubishi service or repair today!
A Brief History of Mitsubishi
Part of the massive Mitsubishi business conglomerate, Mitsubishi is a multinational Japanese automaker. Mitsubishi Motors can trace its auto manufacturing history back to 1917.
In 1927, the company introduced the Mitsubishi Model A. It was an entirely hand-built sedan, but it couldn’t compete with the mass-produced American and European counterparts and was scrapped after only 22 had been made. The outbreak of WWII halted Mitsubishi’s commercial vehicle production for about 15 years.
By the early 1960’s the standard of living in Japan improved enough to where many families were able to afford vehicles. Mitsubishi capitalized on this demand by making the Mitsubishi 500, a mass market sedan. In 1971, Mitsubishi made a deal with Chrysler to import its vehicles to America. As a result, Dodge sold the Mitsubishi Galant as the Dodge Colt in U.S. dealerships. By 1982, the Mitsubishi brand was finally introduced in the U.S. with the Tredia sedan and the Cordia and Starion coupes.
Mitsubishi recently announced that it is aiming to create a number of new hybrid models and battery-powered vehicles by the year 2015. These new models could launch Mitsubishi into the mainstream.