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Mitsubishi Space Wagon Overview
The Mitsubishi Space Wagon is a compact MPV (Multi Purpose Vehicle) that either comes in 5 or 7 seats. This vehicle was produced by the Japanese motor vehicle manufacturer Mitsubishi. This vehicle is marketed under many different names, depending on which country. Some of these names are: Chariot, Nimbus or Expo. This vehicle has a spacious interior and is a comfortable ride but it lacks versatility, with poor suspension on rough ground and could do with a more stylish interior.
Mitsubishi Space Wagon History
The first generation (1983-91) was first produced to replace the Mitsubishi Galant station wagon. There were a wide range of different engines available, from 1.6 – 2.0 and a 4x4 version became available in 1984. The dimensions of the vehicle were set to a standard that would comply with Japanese regulations for vehicle size.
The second generation (1991-97) was a larger version but it still stayed within the size regulations for Japanese vehicles. There were some new engines made available and a new automatic gearbox.
The third generation (1997-2003) was the final version of this vehicle to be produced. It was again made slightly bigger than its predecessor and the overall quality was improved. There was the safety body called RISE used on the design platform to improve the safety features on the vehicle. There was only a semi-automatic gearbox and smaller engine range for this version. This vehicle ceased production in 2003 to be replaced with the Mitsubishi Grandis.
There were a number of different engines available across the life of this vehicle. They were: 1.6, 1.8, 2.0 petrol and a 1.8 diesel. The later version had 2.4 and 3.0 V6 versions. The most economical of these engines was the 1.8 diesel which offered reasonable mpg for this type of vehicle. Consider the age, fuel type and engine size when considering fuel economy.
The first two generations offered a 5-speed manual and the 3-speed automatic was then replaced with the 4-speed automatic. The final version had a 4-speed semi-automatic gearbox. Check out the Mitsubishi gearbox page to find your gearbox related parts.
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