Ram 50 utility truck!
On future vehicles to go in one garage.
One of which is to preserve WRC’s 2-liter class and, in the process, bring about Mitsubishi’s renaissance as a rallying powerhouse.
Last time on State of the Engines, I covered the singular 2-cylinder car... but if you want a 3-cylinder, there’s more options. Most of them are still from BMW, but hey.
Bloomberg: Now Is the Time to Buy Your Dream Car
Is this a crash test vehicle for sale?
Audi’s A3 Sedan, which is developed for sedan-preferred global markets, looked somewhat like Mitsubishi’s outdated-and-dead Lancer. What a resemblance.
Dammit Mitsubishi, where did we go wrong?
Damn this thing is ugly. More like new Aztek than Eclipse. Not surprised though, since there are 0 good-looking cars in Mitsubishi current line-up. No power figures available, but the engines are a brand new 1.5 turbo mated to a CVT and a 2.2 turbo diesel mated to a 8 speed automatic
I realized a small life goal today when I got to drive my friend’s 4x4 mini-truck/kei-truck. 3 cylinder NA, folding bed goodness. He lives/works at a neighboring ranch that uses this in the winter months. It is not fast (my 60 lb. dog ran us down when it was floored on a dirt road) but it is so cool to drive. I could…
I really like this generation of Mitsubishi Montero. Perfect amount of boxiness with a little bit of round. Up until today, I thought they were only offered with auto transmissions in the US. This one is close by, someone please talk me out of this. “Rare” in this instance certainly has to mean transmission parts are…
Welcome to Ridiculous Rebadges, a series of articles in which I go through and examine the details and circumstances surrounding some of the more infamous and some of the more esoteric vehicular rebadges throughout automotive history.
I had no idea how badly the US got shafted on the Galant, especially the eighth generation (1996-2003). Twin-Turbo 2.5L V6 “rated” at “276 hp” / 271 lb-ft. Equipped with either a 5-speed manual or the INVECS-II self-learning 5-speed semi-automatic based on Porsche’s Tiptronic transmission.
I don’t think I have ever heard of this car before today. It is a very very good looking coupe. It was sold in the US from 1982-1988 apparently. (Global Production 1982-1990) I can find only 1 on craigslist via searchtempest.