Is the Mitsubishi 380 a good car?

Is the Mitsubishi 380 a good car?

Mitsubishi 380 is an excellent machine that’s well worth considering as a used car. Handling is good, all the more so when you remember this is a big front-wheel-drive family machine, not a sports sedan. Road grip is high and the car generally feels neutral until it approaches its higher than average on-road limits.

How much horsepower does a Mitsubishi 380 have?

310 hp
It was powered by a supercharged version of the standard 3.8-litre V6 engine, now producing 230 kW (310 hp) and 442 N⋅m (326 lb⋅ft).

Where was the Mitsubishi Magna made?

South Australia
MMAL manufactured the Magna/Verada at its Clovelly Park, South Australia plant. The majority of its engines—most notably, the original four-cylinder Astron II (codenamed 4G54) and subsequent Cyclone V6 engines (codenamed 6G72 and 6G74)—were manufactured at the Lonsdale, South Australia plant.

Where are Mitsubishi cars made?

Mitsubishi cars are made in Japanese manufacturing facilities. There is a plant (the Mizushima Plant) for more technologically-advanced models in Kurashiki, Okayama, Japan. There is also a car research and development center in Okazaki, Aichi, Japan.

Is Mitsubishi manufactured in Australia?

Mitsubishi Motors Australia Limited (MMAL) is a fully owned subsidiary of parent company Mitsubishi Motors Corporation of Japan. The company was established in 1980 and began vehicle manufacturing in that year, having taken over the facilities of Chrysler Australia….Mitsubishi Motors Australia.

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When did the Mitsubishi 380 Series 3 come out?

Mid-July 2007 saw the release of the 380 Series III, with range and price alterations designed to attract further sales and increase private buyer interest. The price of the ES model rose by $1000 but was compensated for by the addition of alloy wheels, fog lights and traction control.

Is the Mitsubishi 380 front wheel drive in Australia?

The 380 continued the Mitsubishi Australia tradition of producing front-wheel drive sedans for the Australian market, and along with the Toyota Aurion, competed against the rear-wheel drive Ford Falcon and Holden Commodore vehicles.

Is the Mitsubishi 380 good for a family?

Interior room is a big feature of the Mitsubishi 380, with space and comfort both being well above average in the back seat. Access to the rear seat is easy and this is a genuine family machine for those with kids at the hulking-teen stage of their lives. The in-cabin styling is pleasing to the eye and likely to remain timeless.

When did Mitsubishi pull out of the Alliance?

However, as Mitsubishi’s financial woes worsened, and DaimlerChrysler pulled-out of the DaimlerChrysler-Mitsubishi alliance, PS41L was abandoned in 2004 and the likelihood of PS41 making it into production looked even more doubtful.