Rebecca A. Lindland | April 2, 2020
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, people all around the world are losing their jobs and wondering how to pay their bills. The automotive industry is acutely aware of the financial pressures consumers are feeling, and that includes Mitsubishi Motors North America, which is taking steps to reassure and assist its current and potential buyers through its financing arm, Ally Financial.
In spite of significant measures taken to minimize COVID-19, the virus continues to spread, disrupting every industry and every household. While 28% of Mitsubishi’s independently owned and operated dealer showrooms are closed for sales transactions, another 27% are open by appointment only. Many service and repair operations are still available, with Mitsubishi carefully following CDC recommendations for all of its workers and locations.
For owners and shoppers of Mitsubishi vehicles, a summary of available programs and the status of operations follows.
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