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Mitsubishi Colt
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Mitsubishi Colt Pricing and Specs

2013 price from
$4,200*

The Mitsubishi Colt is available from $4,200 to $8,470 for the 2013 Hatchback across a range of models.

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Year Price From Price To
2013 $4,200 $8,470
2012 $3,700 $7,370
2011 $2,700 $5,610
2010 $2,300 $6,820
2009 $2,300 $6,160
2008 $2,000 $8,250
2007 $2,200 $7,700
2006 $2,300 $7,260
2005 $2,400 $4,070
2004 $2,400 $4,070
1990 $1,800 $3,630
1989 $1,800 $3,630
1988 $1,800 $3,630
1987 $1,800 $3,630
1986 $940 $3,630
1985 $940 $2,200
1984 $820 $2,200
1983 $820 $1,650
1982 $820 $1,650
1981 $820 $1,430
1971 $1,150 $3,080
1970 $1,150 $3,080
1969 $1,150 $3,080
1968 $1,150 $3,080
1967 $1,150 $1,870
1966 $1,150 $1,870
1965 $1,150 $1,870
1964 $1,150 $1,870

Mitsubishi Colt FAQs

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  • Excessive labour costs

    It is excessive, there's no other way to describe it. It's worth asking what hourly rate you will be charged before handing your car over to them.

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  • E10 fuel in a Mitsubishi Colt

    Mitsubishi's recommendation is for fuel-injected models only, so I   would not use E10 in your wife's car. It would be best in your   circumstances to go to the higher octane petrol.

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  • Can I use E10 petrol in my 2006 Mitsubishi Colt?

    Yes you can. According to the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industry’s guide, all Australian-delivered Mitsubishis with fuel-injected petrol engines built after 1986 can use either E5 (five per cent ethanol) or E10 (10 per cent) safely. By using this fuel, you stand to reduce your tailpipe emissions a little, use a percentage of renewable fuel (ethanol is largely made from farmed crops) and you may even save a few dollars over a year as E10 ULP is often a little cheaper at the pump.

     

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