Mitsubishi GS platform
After dissolution of the DaimlerChrysler / Mitsubishi partnership in 2004, DaimlerChrysler made substantial changes to the platform subsequently naming it the JS platform for mid-size cars and PM/MK for compact cars.
Mitsubishi's GS vehicles are manufacted in Japan with the exception of the RVR/Outlander Sport, which was manufactured at the former Diamond-Star Motors plant in Normal, Illinois, USA. Mitsubishi's first GS platform car was the 2005 Mitsubishi Outlander crossover SUV.
PM/MK vehicles from Chrysler are assembled at Belvidere Assembly in Belvidere, Illinois (Dodge Caliber and Jeep Compass) and JS Vehicles were produced at the Sterling Heights Assembly (Chrysler 200 and Dodge Avenger).
- 2005–present Mitsubishi Outlander
- 2007–present Mitsubishi Lancer (sedan, hatchback)
- 2007–present Mitsubishi Delica
- 2008–present Mitsubishi Racing Lancer
- 2010–present Mitsubishi RVR (GA3W) (aka Mitsubishi ASX/Outlander Sport)
- 2007–2012 Dodge Caliber hatchback (PM)
- 2007–present Jeep Compass sports wagon (MK)
- 2007–present Jeep Patriot crossover SUV (MK)
- 2008–2013 Dodge Avenger (JS)
- 2009–present Dodge Journey / Fiat Freemont (JC49)
- 2007–2010 Chrysler Sebring sedan (JS)
- 2008–2010 Chrysler Sebring Convertible (JS)
- 2011–2014 Chrysler 200 sedan & convertible (JS)
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