Antonio (Last name unknown)
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- 2.4L – 4 Cylinder.
- Automatic Transmission.
- 19″ TWS Wheels.
Patriot red pearl exterior.
light gray interior.
Got this car a little over 3 years ago. Love the gas mileage it gets its gotta good size trunk and plenty of leg room I use it as an everyday driver even take on road trips to Idaho with no problem…
All these little Honda racers think they can take me out but its easier said than done. This car picks up and goes… I’ve had a few incidents where I’ve been pulled over, not because of my driving style, but because they’re HATERS and got nothing better to do…
I also gotta a muscle car. It is a 1963 Plymouth Belvedere I purchased a few months ago. I wanna get it running, but for now it’s sitting pretty with a rake on the back end. I am an old school car kinda guy at heart who just drives an import for gas savings…
The 2003 Mitsubishi Galant was the last model of the eighth generation of this car. Production of the Mitsubishi Galant began in 1969 in Japan by Mitsubishi Motors. Over the years it has been manufactured not only in Japan, but also in the United States, Australia, Indonesia as well as in other countries.
This car was first manufactured as a compact sedan, but over the years it evolved into a mid-size automobile. When it was introduced it was first called Colt Galant and over the years it has been known by several different names depending on the country where it was manufactured and/or sold.
The eighth generation Mitsubishi Galant was also known as Mitsubishi Legnum (a station wagon model introduced for this generation) Mitsubishi Aspire, Mitsubishi MX/MF, Mitsubishi VRG and in Hong Kong it was called Mitsubishi VRM. The station wagon Mitsubishi Legnum was added but the lift back was no longer offered.
As of 2012, production of this car is still going strong being now in its ninth generation. Engine options are a 4 Cylinder 2.4L and a 3.8L V6 in two configurations. Transmissions offered are a 4 speed automatic or semi-automatic and a 5 speed semi-automatic.
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