1977 Jeep Mitsubishi Cj-3b ( Willys Cj-3b) on 2040-cars
Putnam Valley, New York, United States
No Reserve1977 Jeep Mitsubishi CJ-3B
-Built in Japan this Jeep is 100% original. Original paint with no scratches, dents or previous accidents.
-Always garage kept, never driven in snow or off road. The top is in excellent condition and the plastic windows are clear.
-High / Low 4X4 & 4X2 Transfer case
-Posi-traction rear end
-Plenty of zip this Jeep cruises at 60 mph and gets an exceptional 30 miles per gallon ! ! !
This is a Willys CJ-3B just vastly improved. Better running gear, motor, power, fuel economy and heating system with defrosters. Everything on the Jeep works perfectly- Radio, turn signals, horn, gauges, etc. The master cylinder braking system helps the truck brake much safer than it's Willy's American built cousin. Heating system and great top make it very usable for winter months.
Willys CJ-3B's were built here in the States until 1965. Jeep licensed Mitsubishi and the Japanese government to built them until the 1980's. A hit overseas, this is a very rare Jeep to see in this country. Registered in New York with a clean and clear NY State title.
-If you would like to inquire about the Jeep please email a name and phone #.
-Jeep is sold "as is"
-Full payment due within 48 hours of auction close
On May-14-14 at 20:46:11 PDT, seller added the following information:
-Original owner's manual & tool kit are present
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Mitsubishi has a long history of tidy little pickup trucks, and the Japanese automaker is apparently looking to extend that heritage in a bolder, bigger way with the Concept GR-HEV, a "sport utility hybrid truck."
Tue, 24 Jun 2014 19:28:00 EST
The future-think show star, slated to be unveiled at next month's Geneva Motor Show, is actually tipped to be a much larger effort - Mitsubishi says it's applying its hybrid technology to a one-ton truck for the first time. The GR-HEV is powered by a complex powertrain composed of a diesel engine and electric motors, which the company believes is better suited to the sort of heavy-duty work required in the segment. The concept also employs full-time four-wheel drive and a development of Mitsubishi's Super All-Wheel Control system (which governs things like stability and brake force control along with an active center differential) as seen on the production Lancer Evolution.
In related news, Mitsubishi has also confirmed that it will show a next-generation electric showcar at Geneva dubbed Concept CA-MiEV. With this new concept (inset photo), the company says it is looking to build on the learnings of its i citycar and take EVs out of their limited urban roles. To that end, the CA-MiEV boasts "next generation EV systems and high density batteries" that give it a range of 186 miles.
When we reviewed the 2014 Mitsubishi Mirage a few months ago, we absolutely hated it. Our conclusion was that if you needed a car in this segment to either pay a few hundred dollars more for a Chevy Spark or spend less for an entry-level Nissan Versa. Basically, avoid this Mitsubishi at all costs. It turns out that we weren't the only ones who despised it. Consumer Reports can often find something positive about just about any vehicle, but even the usually gentle publication struggles to find compliments when it comes to the Mirage.
Tue, 30 Apr 2013 20:00:00 EST
It's most serious gripe concerns the model's handling. CR describes the way that the Mirage wallows around turns with tons of body lean even at low speeds as "scary." A little car with a curb weight of 2,051 pounds just shouldn't corner this poorly.
While Consumer Reports definitely has no love when it comes to the 2014 Mirage, finding something to dislike about practically every aspect of the vehicle from its powertrain to the interior, the reviewers do end up digging out one positive aspect. You'll have to scroll down and watch the video to find out what it is.
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We could continue talking about it, but that would delay you from enjoying the two minutes of frosty beauty in the video below.