Engine:1.8L 1834CC 112Cu. In. l4 GAS SOHC Naturally Aspirated
Exterior Color: Orange
Number of Cylinders: 4
Trim: DE Sedan 4-Door
Drive Type: FWD
I am selling my one of a kind Mitsubishi Mirage. Every aspect of this car has been customized and hundreds of hours of work were put into this vehicle. To start the exterior is painted tangelo pearl house of kolors paint. it has vertical doors front and rear, an auto lock flip flop trunk kit, shaved moldings, lights, and engine bay. the motor was pulled out and completely striped down. All the parts were sent out to the machine shop to be cleaned. The motor was bored out .040" and wiseco pistons and k1 rods were installed. Obx headers a 2.5" exhaust and cold air intake allow the motor to breath better. Inside the car there are 13 TV's. All of them are alpine except for the 11.5" in the middle of the dash. The interior was reupholstered with black sued and orang COACH fabric. the trunk was also redone with matching fabric. The audio system is all JL audio slash series amps, c5 and xr speakers, and w3's in the trunk. Konig retract rims and k-sport suspension make up the suspension system. If you need any additional information please contact me and I will get back to you asap. The car currently needs a starter but I am willing to get it working once payment is received.
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Auto blogTue, 18 Nov 2014 16:31:00 EST
Of all the automakers producing pickup trucks these days, even among just the Japanese automakers, Mitsubishi might not spring to mind first. But maybe it should. The Diamond-Star company has been in the game now for 36 years, selling over four million pickups around the world. These days that comes down principally to the Triton, of which it sold over a third of a million units last year alone for a total of over 1.2 million produced since its introduction in 2005. Now, after nine years on the market, Mitsubishi has launched a new version.
Clearly drawing its stylistic influence (if not the hybrid powertrain) from the GR-HEV concept Mitsubishi showcased at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, the new Triton aims to combine "the comfortable interior of a passenger car with the functionality and reliability of a pickup." It's more stylish, more comfortable and safer than the model it replaces, and comes in an array of configurations.
Buyers of the new Triton (known in some markets as the L200, among other nameplates it's worn over the years) will be able to choose between Single, Double and Club Cab variants. Powertrain choices will vary by market, but will be based around three engines: a 2.4-liter gasoline unit, a 2.5-liter turbodiesel and a new 2.4-liter turbodiesel with electronic valve timing.
Mention the name Mitsubishi to different people and you'll likely get two startling different images. Environmentalists will focus on the company's strides in developing EVs, while performance enthusiasts will point you toward the Lancer Evolution. The prevailing wisdom was that Mitsubishi would cancel the latter to concentrate on the former, but the latest intel suggests that the two will be reconciled with a new Evo around the corner.
Although Mitsubishi is reportedly working to streamline its lineup from 23 models on 12 different platforms to 13 models on 7 by 2016, the next Evo will stand as an exception. Like Subaru did with the formerly Impreza-based WRX (or for that matter Nissan with the formerly Skyline-based GT-R), the new Evo won't have anything to do with the next Lancer, which itself will be based on a Renault-Nissan platform.
On that unique platform, Mitsubishi is likely to install a small direct-injection turbo engine (potentially a diesel) that could be based on the 1.1-liter, three-cylinder turbo engine in the XR-PHEV concept we saw in Tokyo, supplemented by small electric motors with lightweight batteries and driving all four wheels through an enhanced version of the company's Super All-Wheel Control system. As to whether the Evo name will carry over, that remains to be seen, but if these reports prove accurate, its spirit could very much live on.
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