Mitsubishi 1974

Japan

 

 

Minica

    2 cyl.
359 cm³
32 hp-SAE
2 cyl.
359 cm³
36 hp-SAE
   
F4        
Skipper        
GZ        

 


Minica F4 (2 cyl., 359 cm³, 32 hp-SAE)


Minica F4 (2 cyl., 359 cm³, 32 hp-SAE)

 

Lancer

           
           

 


Lancer 1400 Van


Lancer 1600 GSR

MITSUBISHI LANCER from £1,399
No other manufacturer has interests as wide as Mitsubishi, now entering the British market for the first time. Oil, gas, textiles, nuclear energy, metals, timber, aircraft and aero engines, railways, food, beer, housing, cameras, radio, radar, sports goods - their activities would fill this review. The Lancer has a front-mounted overhead camshaft engine driving the rear wheels. Saloons with two or four doors and a station wagon form the range.

London show review

 

Colt / Galant

wb: 2420 mm 4 cyl.
1597 cm³
115 hp
     
         

 


Colt / Galant Estate


Colt /Galant GTO 2000


Colt / Galant GS / GTO


MITSUBISHI GALANT £2,097
Bigger than the Lancer, but still compact and manoeuvrable the Galant has engines of 1.6 or 2 litres with four or five-speed gearboxes Engines have chain-driven overhead camshafts and water-heated inlet manifolds. Special finish for British buyers includes British-made carpets. There are reminder lights for seat belts and one which shows if a door is ajar. Coupé windows disappear completely leaving pillarless open sides.

London show review


Colt / Galant FTO Coupé (4 cyl., 1,4/1,6 l.)

 

 

Debonair

           
           

 

 

 

Jeep