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Mark0 RB (1570)

2011-03-06 21:17

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Restiled version of Colt doesn't have Diesel engines.

carcrasher88 US (13)

2011-05-26 17:15

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Question:

I just randomly came across a new model, the Delica D2, which was introduced in February. I searched the web, and found SOME information, but it lists nothing of the transmissions, or cylinders (although it's 1292cc displacement should be a hint). It's got all of the dimensions, and I've found some good pics. Should I wait to find more info, or could it be sufficient for now?

carcrasher88 US (13)

2011-05-26 19:59

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Ok, disregard the above question. I finished the Delica D2 page. Hopefully it's sufficient.

JFK CZ (406)

2015-09-11 19:47

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I found on one magazine in report about Dakar 2006 werid looking self-appointed Mitsubishi Terrano. I think that it is meant to be joke, since i did not found out anything on internet about it:
Magazine says, quote:
Mitsubishi Terrano (?!?) - One of the worst looking car (and worst made) was driven in Dakar convoy by Miguel Prieto from Spain. Because 3rd stage was already in africa, this car could look into black continent. I dont remember that this car, which is odd (starts with the name), could make it into 3rd or 4th stage. This year it was not different.

I googled the driver and I did not found anything about that he was driving that 90s looking beated up Dakar racing pickup.

Desscythe17 UK (8772)

2016-02-24 19:10

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Is it possible (in the 1990 results) to fix it so that the Diamante Wagon (1993) is in front of the Diamante Wagon (1993-1997)? It's a very minor problem, but it bothers me nonetheless.

Rinspeed FR (7638)

2016-02-24 20:05

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Desscythe17 wrote Is it possible (in the 1990 results) to fix it so that the Diamante Wagon (1993) is in front of the Diamante Wagon (1993-1997)? It's a very minor problem, but it bothers me nonetheless.

corrected

Desscythe17 UK (8772)

2016-02-25 15:48

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Thanks!

JFK CZ (406)

2016-04-27 00:21

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blog.caranddriver.com/mitsubishi-admits-to-miscalculating-fuel-economy-since-1991/

Mark0 RB (1570)

2016-04-28 10:22

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What are other car makers doing then...
Oh yes they put little star after fuel consumption with *this isn't real.

Desscythe17 UK (8772)

2016-04-28 11:04

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Mark0 wrote What are other car makers doing then...
Oh yes they put little star after fuel consumption with *this isn't real.

Hahaha, anyone who has watched a review of any random car in the last 30 years knows these numbers aren't real.

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Mark0 RB (1570)

2016-04-28 16:44

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Desscythe17 wrote
Hahaha, anyone who has watched a review of any random car in the last 30 years knows these numbers aren't real.

Agree. But most buyers don't pay attention on this.
EDIT: In fact they don't pay attention on anything :)

-- Last edit: 2016-04-28 16:44:55

kylebuilder NZ (0)

2017-04-28 06:39

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Anyone want to add the Mitsubishi V3000 to this site? its basically a 5th Gen Mitsubishi Galant with a 3.0 6G72 powerplant shoved into the engine bay. They were fairly successful in New Zealand during the late 80s and early 90s.

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Desscythe17 UK (8772)

2017-04-28 08:51

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kylebuilder wrote Anyone want to add the Mitsubishi V3000 to this site? its basically a 5th Gen Mitsubishi Galant with a 3.0 6G72 powerplant shoved into the engine bay. They were fairly successful in New Zealand during the late 80s and early 90s.

I don't think I have specifications for it, or proper pictures. As I don't really see any visual differences, it would be merged with the Magna anyway.

carcrazedalex586 ZA (0)

2017-06-21 18:55

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Did Mitsubishi's quality drop? I heard the Lancer is a bad car nowadays.

Desscythe17 UK (8772)

2017-06-21 23:56

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carcrazedalex586 wrote Did Mitsubishi's quality drop? I heard the Lancer is a bad car nowadays.

I think that has more to do with the fact that the latest Lancer is 10 years old and has had barely any changes under the skin since.
Speaking of Mitsubishi in general, they have failed to innovate, and all their models are outdated. The recent takeover by Nissan might change that, but for now we have to see what they will do.

-- Last edit: 2017-06-21 23:58:03

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