Mitsubishi Galant Problems
No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Mitsubishi Galant reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.
Buying a grey import
What is a grey importIt’s a vehicle – new or used — that is legally imported outside the manufacturer’s official import channels.HistoryIn the mid 90’s the various state motoring regulatory ...Read More
Used Mitsubishi Galant review: 1989-1993
Competition is a healthy thing. As individuals it forces us to strive to do better, and in the automotive world it drives the pace of development. The first motor race was staged the moment the ...Read More
Used Mitsubishi Galant review: 1993-1996
There was a joke in the early 90s that if you removed the badges from the new cars in showrooms at the time no one could tell one from another the styling was so similar across the makes. The jibe ...Read More
Hunting for parts
MY MITSUBISHI specialist mate, Des Seaton, suggests you try a specialist Mitsubishi wrecker such as Imlachs (ph: 9552 1999).
Take it to the max
THE editor rates the Mazda3 as the best in its class, but says the VW Golf is a tick behind on value and generally ahead. My experience of the Mazda3 is similar -- a well-built, well-equipped car that performs well. As for your Galant, the trade will value it at about $6000, but you might get $2000 more selling privately.
Used Mitsubishi Galant review: 1992-1996
A joke went around in the early 1990s that if you removed the badges from a new car, no one would know what it was. The jibe was aimed primarily at Japanese carmakers who, it seemed, were working to ...Read More