In the spirit of Deadspin’s Underexplained Lists, here is a list of cars I’ve owned or frequently driven, ranked based on nothing more than my subjective feelings toward them/recollections of driving them.
Can’t lie- when I read the press car for the week was to be a 19k Mitsubishi, well I knew it wasn’t the Evo, and at first I was a little bummed.
24th July test: CO emissions at high idle: 0.35% (limit 0.3%), lambda 0.99 (range allowed 0.97 to 1.03)
Through the filter on a welding helmet
After the overwhelming praise of the upcoming Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross, my sources found more exciting news on the world’s most interesting car company. So grab your popcorn and don’t forget to race to the edge of your seat, because we are going to take a sneak peek at Mitsubishi’s ambitious future plans.
My FTO has air con, which is good.
Not much rust either
Three years ago, a similar list of this nature was made on Oppo, let’s see how far we’ve gone since then…
A while ago, I noticed a tiny, quiet squeak. A faint eek-eek-eek-eek as I drove along. No one else heard it except for me—until now.
Don’t see many of these first gen Mitsubishi Magnas now
Lancer got hit. Parsh is probably toast. I’m stuck with a rental I find deeply un-fun.
My Sister and Mother are on a trip in Greece island hopping and such. This is the first car they have Snapchated about driving.
Mitsubishi Cordia turbo
Mitsubishi Lancer SportBack.
Ramp rats hate Mitsubishi Monday
Lonsdale 1.6L sedan