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Mitsubishi Colt (1968)

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home Mitsubishi Colt (1968) Manufacturer : Mitsubishi
calendar Mitsubishi Colt (1968) Productions : 1968
settings Mitsubishi Colt (1968) Engine : 1,088 cc KE44 OHV I4
config Mitsubishi Colt (1968) Transmission : 4 speed manual transmission
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Mitsubishi Starion (1982)

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home Mitsubishi Starion (1982) Manufacturer : Mitsubishi
calendar Mitsubishi Starion (1982) Productions : 1982
settings Mitsubishi Starion (1982) Engine : inline 4 cylinder, 103.00 PS (75,62 kW or 101,49 HP) at 5500 Rev. per min.
config Mitsubishi Starion (1982) Transmission : 5 speed manual transmission
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The Mitsubishi Starion is a two-door, turbocharged four-cylinder rear-wheel drive four-seat sports car that was in production from 1982 to 1990. It was also marketed in North America as the Conquest under the Chrysler, Dodge, and Plymouth names; both the Starion and Conquest came to an end in 1989. Although preceded by earlier turbocharged designs such as the Porsche 930 (1975), Saab 99 (1978) and the Mitsubishi Lancer EX 2000 Turbo (1980), it is considered to be one of the originators of the modern Japanese turbocharged performance automobile genre.[

The “Starion” name is claimed by Mitsubishi to be a contraction of “Star of Orion”, although an urban legend claims that it was intended to be stallion, as a result of an “Engrish” mistranslation. This story is wrong, however, as its primary theme is that there was no Japanese translation for double ells (ll). This is proven wrong by the existence of the Toyota Corolla. Clearly, the Japanese mastered the double ell, as there are no “Cororas” running around. There is also documentation in the form of early product manuals that clearly show “Star of Orion” being condensed into Starion.

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