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Mitsubishi Colt

Mitsubishi Colt (Japan, 1962-2002)

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The Mitsubishi Colt is built since 1962, the most recent version is a supermini Colt. Mitsubishi introduced the name in 1962 with the Colt 600, a larger compact Colt 1000 was added in 1963, followed by the Colt 800 and Colt 1500 in 1965, and the Colt 1100 in 1966.

In 2004 a new Colt was launched in Europe, with models ranging from 1.1 MPI Mivec, 1.3 MPI Mivec, 1.5 MPI Mivec and 1.5 Turbo Mivec in petrol. In November 2004, a 1.5 L D-ID direct injection turbodiesel version with turbocharger and intercooler, producing 95 PS (70 kW) was made available, with an option of the Allshift automatic manual gearbox with electric clutch and six gears.

In 2006 Mitsubishi presented the Colt MIEV, using a separate electric motor at each wheel. The Colt MIEV has a top speed of 150 km/h (93 mph) and a cruising range of 150 km (93 mi).

In 2008/09 the Colt received a facelift. Powertrain choices now include a 1.3 L engine, INVECS-III CVT transmission, 2- or 4-wheel drive for Very (XSJH9, XSDH9), COOL Very (XSJH8, XSDH8), 1.3 RX (XSXH) models. 1.5 C (XNMH) includes 1.5 L engine, 5-speed manual transmission, 2-wheel drive. The Colt Plus is available with a 1.5 L MIVEC engine, INVECS-III CVT transmission, 2- or 4-wheel drive for Very (LSUH1), COOL Very (LSUH2), 1.3 RX (LTPH, LSPH) models. 1.5 RX also includes 6-speed sport mode settings for the CVT transmission.


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