Mitsubishi Fuso Halts New Truck Sales in NA

Mitsubishi Fuso Truck of America has just announced that they will be discontinuing new truck sales in the United States and Canada. According to Mitsubishi, existing dealerships will be given the option to transition to service and parts supply to offer continued support for Mitsubishi Fuso trucks into 2028.

Justin Palmer, President and CEO of Mitsubishi Fuso Truck of America, had this to say: 

“Working with Fuso dealers, we have developed a strong team throughout the United States and Canada that always places the customer first. MFTA is fully dedicated to making this transition a smooth one for our customers, and we remain committed in supporting a parts and service network for many years to come.”

Mitsubishi Fuso has ensured that its service centers will continue providing replacement parts, warranty repairs, and services until 2028. Service will also continue for Fuso eCanter trucks operating in the US and Canada, and remaining stock will be available for purchase for an undetermined amount of time.

MFTA will remain headquartered in Logan Township, New Jersey, where they intend to keep the majority of their workforce employed in the immediate future.

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