Car works great, is my daily driver. Time to move on to something newer and better, the car definitely needs some work mostly paint related. Hit a curb a while back, got an alignment car drives fine just has a wandering issue on turns and some shaking while you brake my guess is something with loose components, everything was replaced with the engine just the drive train is original. A couple of the interior pieces have been removed for the installation of aftermarket components and will be put back after the sale. Once in a while 3rd gear will grind. hit some debris on the highway damaging the front end replaced the whole front bumper. I ended up having to total out the car therefore it has a rebuilt title. One of the brake calipers I believe needs to be replaced and there is some slack in the driveshaft. The car has no ac, no power steering and I have a box of stock parts I can include in the sale. I have described to the vehicle to the best of my knowledge it is your responsibility to ask me any additional questions that you may have, don't expect the car to be perfect as it is made in 1995. I want to make sure that everything is accurately displayed as possible and don't want anyone to be surprised when they receive the vehicle. The car definitely needs some work before it can be at its 100%. As is no warranty, I've put about 10k miles on the new engine and everything is working perfectly. The car is also for sale locally I reserve the right to end the auction at any time. I have receipts for all aftermarket parts installed. The price listed above is simply a price point for negotiation, I am definitely open to offers, If I part out the vehicle I can definitely make close to asking price for the vehicle so don't try and low ball me. I would rather see the car gone as a whole, have owned the vehicle since 2005.
1995 3000gt vr4 167k on bodyMods list:low mileage jdm engine 40-50k milesintrax springsphillips 4300k hid kit3sx lower adjustable control armswalbro lph 255 fuel pump with 3sx hard wire kitips single tip exhaustmagnaflow high flow cat3sx down pipe exhaust is 3 inches all the way back99 front bumper 99 front corners65% tread hankook v12 tires17 in vr4 spyder wheels cx racing y pipemishimoto radiatorknock off ssqv bovoptima red top batterynew knuckles and wheel bearing on frontnew inner and outer tie rodnew axlesthe car also passed emissions
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It seems every time the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV makes the news the information concerns a delay, and the reason always centers on its batteries. Four months ago the culprit was restricted battery supply from Lithium Energy Japan, pushing the arrival to 2015. This time it's no different, with Automotive News reporting that a battery-related request made by California state regulators will push the Outlander PHEV arrival back to "late 2015 or early 2016."
Fri, 31 Jan 2014 13:30:00 EST
CA authorities want all plug-in hybrids to be fitted with a monitor for the lithium-ion batteries that will be on the lookout for degradation, the concern being that diminished batteries could change the vehicle's emissions. Getting the technology fitted and tested means something like a 16- to 22-month delay.
The extra time, however, should let Mitsubishi figure out what it's going to do about its battery supply since the current level of 4,000 per month isn't enough to support a US launch; the Automotive News article says Mitsubishi expects a volume of 63,000 plug-ins for 2016. The company hasn't said how it plans to make up the balance.
Long-struggling Mitsubishi Motors is reportedly preparing for a changing of the guard at home. According to Reuters, Osamu Masuko will step aside in favor of Tesuro Aikawa, currently the company's managing director. Masuko won't be leaving the fold entirely, however - he will take the role of chairman, displacing Takashi Nishioka, who will resign. The shakeup has not been confirmed by Mitsubishi, but word is that the changes will take effect April 1.
Tue, 23 Oct 2012 13:59:00 EST
Mitsu's US troubles are no secret, but the brand's struggles in its home market haven't been quite so publicized. The company was bailed out by other arms of the Mitsubishi empire, and it just raised $2 billion this month to buy back preferred shares that were issued during the bailout. Masuko served as president for nearly ten years, during which the brand's US efforts utterly stalled out, recalls cropped up in Japan and an alliance with Daimler (which was DaimlerChrysler at the time) disintegrated.
According to Reuters, establishing the kind of alliances that will allow the brand to grow, such as its tie-up with Renault-Nissan, are key to Mitsu's long-term success. The thought is that an alliance will allow the brand to come up with some innovative models that won't be compromised by its lack of production scale. It looks like Aikawa has his work cut out for him.
Forgive us for being wistful, but there was a time when Mitsubishi coupes and sports cars were the downright awesome. The 1990s brought us the all-wheel drive, turbocharged Eclipse GSX and the twin-turbocharged 3000GT VR-4 (seen here). The times, they were good.
Fast-forward to today, and the Lancer Evolution exists as Mitsubishi's sole, true performance offering. Mitsubishi killed off the Eclipse last year, by which time it had lost much the luster of its predecessors. With an affordable Japanese sports car fomenting underway thanks to Scion FR-S and Subaru BRZ, one may think that it's an ideal time for a brand like Mitsubishi to jump back into the performance coupe game. A rear-drive Mitsubishi sports car to take on the Toyobaru twins could be just what the brand needs to gain some mindshare among consumers.
Not so, says Osamu Masuko. The president and executive director of Mitsubishi told reporters at the Sydney Motor Show, "Our engineers are very prominent to investigate new technologies, but to use that technology they are not that good to bring the revenue to make that money." Read: the engineers want to do it, but the company does not find it to be financially responsible.