The Mitsubishi Debonair (Japanese 三菱・デボネア) is a four-door luxury car, introduced by Mitsubishi Motors in 1964 to serve as their flagship passenger vehicle in the Japanese domestic market. The word debonair means gentle, courteous, suave, lighthearted, or nonchalant.

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  • The Mitsubishi Debonair (Japanese 三菱・デボネア) is a four-door luxury car, introduced by Mitsubishi Motors in 1964 to serve as their flagship passenger vehicle in the Japanese domestic market. The word debonair means gentle, courteous, suave, lighthearted, or nonchalant. (en)
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  • The Mitsubishi Debonair (Japanese 三菱・デボネア) is a four-door luxury car, introduced by Mitsubishi Motors in 1964 to serve as their flagship passenger vehicle in the Japanese domestic market. The word debonair means gentle, courteous, suave, lighthearted, or nonchalant. (en)
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