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2009 Mitsubishi Grandis
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2009 Mitsubishi Grandis Pricing and Specs

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The Mitsubishi Grandis 2009 prices range from $7,000 for the basic trim level People mover Grandis LS to $11,990 for the top of the range People mover Grandis VR-X.

The Mitsubishi Grandis 2009 is available in Regular Unleaded Petrol.

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People mover

Mitsubishi Grandis Models SPECS PRICE
LS 2.4LRegular Unleaded Petrol4 speed automatic $7,200 – 11,110
VR-X 2.4LRegular Unleaded Petrol4 speed automatic $7,700 – 11,990

Mitsubishi Grandis 2009 FAQs

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  • Why is the instrument display of my 2015 Mitsubishi ASX loosing power?

    Your problem may be related to a relay, but the usual cause of flickering DRLs and dashboard lighting (the LED type) is a faulty capacitor within the vehicle’s wiring loom. A faulty capacitor will deliver an unstable (fluctuating rather than steady) voltage to the LEDs and that’s what causes them to flicker.

    Some owners choose to add an aftermarket section of wiring loom with a capacitor within it, but I’d first try to find the offending component in the car’s existing wiring and tackle the problem that way.

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  • Are there known problems with 2015 Mitsubishi Triton's intercooler pipes/hoses?

    The MQ Triton doesn’t seem any better or worse than its rivals in this department. But, like other makes and models, there’s a healthy aftermarket supply of replacement intercoolers and the pipework that feeds them, so it’s definitely not an unknown problem.

    But your experience is exceptional. Were all five vehicles bought brand-new at the same time? If so, they’re all likely to be from the same production run which could explain a faulty batch of hoses.

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  • Should the thermatic fan run constantly in a 2005 Mitsubishi Lancer?

    A thermatic fan is designed to run only when it’s needed. As the name suggests, it should switch on when the engine attains a pre-set temperature and then turn off below that temperature. It’s a way of having the engine run at a more constant temperature as well as saving the power normally used to run a fan that isn’t needed the whole time. Sometimes, a second electric fan will cut in when you turn the air-conditioning on, but the short answer is no, a thematic fan should not run all the time.

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