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    The latest pricing and specifications for the Mitsubishi Prices range from $ to $ Compare prices of all Mitsubishi 's sold on carsguide.

    Interesting fact! The Mitsubishi Group was established in Japan in 1870. And since then she has never changed her logo. Three well-known rhombuses symbolize three diamonds, "three whales", on which the whole concept of the concern rests: honesty, responsibility and readiness for cooperation.

    The went on sale on 13 October The range consisted of a base model, the LS, LX, VRX and GT models.

    Your trust is our top concern. The steering offers good feedback and is direct and well weighted although there is a little kickback over rough tarmac. Front-end styling of the DB series base model, pictured , broadly shared with other mid-range and non-sport models. Jan Value for this car is insane.

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    Russell Williamson Date tested: When Mitsubishi launched its make-or-break new late last year, there was an undeniable feeling that the Adelaide-based carmaker was keen to throw off the boring car company image. From a visual perspective, the in its sportiest VRX-form does offer some degree of appeal with decent inch alloys and a mesh front grille, but it is still not the sort of car that is likely to result in passers-by doing a double-take.

    Mitsubishi set about making this US market Galant-based car something worth driving, rather than looking at, and that is definitely what it does best. The engine feels strongest between and rpm but there is no great deficit below that with nice linear acceleration as you depress the right foot. There is an ever so slight delay in response from the drive-by-wire throttle, but the shift changes up and down through the five-speed automatic are very well muted in both feel and audibility.

    The adaptive part of the transmission works very well, so you really only need to resort to locking it into a gear to keep the tacho around for a particularly appealing bit of country road. On the freeway the cruises in comfort with the engine ticking over at around rpm kmh. A bit of road noise from coarse chip surfaces is all that intrudes on the tunes from excellent six-stack CD player.

    As you push hard into a corner, the car sits down and turns-in precisely according to the driver directions. The steering offers good feedback and is direct and well weighted although there is a little kickback over rough tarmac.

    There is, however a small price to pay for the sporty suspension setup of the VRX and its associated benefits in the dynamics department, and that is in the ride quality. On smooth freeway it is noticeably firm but still comfortable, however, head off on uneven country roads and there is a degree of lumpiness about the ride quality. It is reasonably compliant over short sharp ruts, soaking up the worst and while it is not exactly uncomfortable over bigger bumps, you certainly feel them through the base of the seat and as the body moves around a bit.

    The boot is a good size for a large local sedan but a preference for increased body rigidity means there is no split-fold seat back with only a central ski-port allowing longer items to be pushed through to the cabin. Like the exterior, the interior is inoffensive yet hardly inspiring with big slabs of dark, grained plastic across the dash. Storage space in the centre console is reasonable but the door bins are very narrow. With the , Mitsubishi has delivered on its promise of a car that is sporty and agile, now it just needs to convince the buyers in that market that that is what they want.

    News Reviews Videos Galleries Advice. February When Mitsubishi launched its make-or-break new late last year, there was an undeniable feeling that the Adelaide-based carmaker was keen to throw off the boring car company image. Mitsubishi through the worst.

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