Chrysler and Mitsubishi have signed a new agreement which calls for the Japanese automaker to supply their competitor with a global compact sedan.

Chrysler and Mitsubishi have signed a new agreement which calls for the Japanese automaker to supply their competitor with a global compact sedan.

The companies declined to elaborate but the model will be a B-segment sedan which will go on sale in Mexico in November. The car will presumably be sold under the Dodge brand and Mitsubishi will supply the mysterious model for the next five years.

According to Chrysler de Mexico President Bruno Cattorii, "This new contract reaffirms the strong relationship that Chrysler de Mexico has built with Mitsubishi Motors Corporation since 2003 when we began distributing Mitsubishi vehicles in our country, which have garnered great acceptance in the Mexican market." He went on to say "With the introduction of this new compact sedan, Chrysler de Mexico will add a very competitive vehicle to its line up to fulfill customer's needs."

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