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MITSUBISHI Galant Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 7
First production year: 1988
Engines: Gasoline, Diesel
 

2008 - 2012

The facelifted Mitsubishi Galant made its appearance in 2008 at the Chicago Auto Show. The new version brought a new styling and improved performance. The Galant offered four trim levels and three performance levels, offering the buyers a wide variety to choose from. The engines mounted on the Galant were either a 4-cylinder or one of the two V6s. The Galant ES trim level, as well as the Spo...

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  MITSUBISHI Galant 2.4L 4AT (162 HP)

2004 - 2008

Remotely marketed in the US, parts of Central America, eastern Europe and the Middle East, the 2004 Galant saw a complete makeover, both visually and mechanically. Passenger room was expanded, leading to an overall vehicle size and weight increase while some power units gained extra power output. The 2.4 L unit was upgraded from 140 to 160 hp while the previous generation introduced 3.0 L V6 was...

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  MITSUBISHI Galant (US) 2.4L 16v 4AT (160 HP)

  MITSUBISHI Galant (US) 3.8L V6 4AT (232 HP)

1997 - 2004

While the previous generation saw a suspension upgrade from struts to double wishbones in front and from beam axle to multi-link in the rear, the 97' launched new Galant witnessed the return of the struts. However, the rear suspension was further enhanced by adding a stabilizer bar, standard with all trims. Also known as the Legnum or Aspire, the freshly restyled car also came with a new ra...

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  MITSUBISHI Galant 2.0L 16v 5MT (136 HP)

  MITSUBISHI Galant 2.0L GDI 4AT (145 HP)

  MITSUBISHI Galant 2.4L 16V 4AT (145 HP)

  MITSUBISHI Galant 2.4L GDI 5MT (150 HP)

  MITSUBISHI Galant 2.5l V6 5MT (163 HP)

  MITSUBISHI Galant 3.0L V6 4AT (195 HP)

1997 - 2004

The eighth and last generation of the Galant VR-4 saw the launching lights in 1997, and it was a sports car dressed as a family sedan. There were not too many family cars on the market that could get to 100 kph (62 mph) in less than six seconds and reach 240 kph (150 mph). Moreover, the Galant was packed with rally technologies and, thanks to its longer wheelbase, enough room for up to five a...

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1993 - 1997

The '93 released Galant brought fresh chivalry-implants to Mitsubishi's line-up. Sporting a completely restyled body, the vehicle, also known as the Japanese-sold only Emeraude hard top and as the Eterna, came powered by a wide choice of engines comprised of three 4-cylinder units ranging in displacemnt from 1.8 L to 2.4 L and two V6 plants with capacities of 2.0 L and 2.5 L with the f...

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1993 - 1997

Having been available in both sedan and 5-door hatchback versions, the seventh generation Galant debuted as a sleek restyled vehicle. Sharing its features with sedan the hatch was no different except its slightly smaller trunk and market coverage. While the sedan had been specifically tailored for the United States, the hatch was available in a few other regional markets, part in Central America...

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1988 - 1993

The sixth generation of the Mitsubishi Galant was a surprising upgrade over its predecessor and became a true sports sedan, especially after it received some treatment from AMG. Mitsubishi built the 1988 Galant on the same platform as its predecessor but restyled it completely. It also introduced new powertrains and became the official rally-car for the Japanese carmaker starting with 1988 in...

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