Mitsubishi Delica

Mitsubishi Delica is a compact minivan manufactured by Mitsubishi Motors since 1968. The fifth generation of the model is currently being produced. The meaning of the car name is “delivery car”. Delica was manufactured in all modifications possible for this purpose – pickup, minibus, minivan. Delica is known by different names: L300 (later – L400) in Europe and New Zealand, Express and Starwagon in Australia, and also simply Mitsubishi Van and Wagon in the United States. The passenger version of the Delica Star Wagon, produced from 1979 to 1994, is known as the Delica Space Gear, and sometimes just the Space Gear (at least in Europe). The all-wheel drive layout and wide variety of modifications have contributed to Delica gaining a large number of fans around the world.

Engine Mitsubishi 4B11

The 2.0-liter 16-valve Mitsubishi 4B11 engine has been produced by the concern since 2006 and is installed on the most popular models of the concern such as ASX, Outlander, Lancer or Eclipse Cross. This unit was created as part of a single alliance and is similar to the Chrysler ECN, Hyundai G4KA and G4KD.

Engine Mitsubishi 4B12

The 2.4-liter Mitsubishi 4B12 engine has been produced at the Japanese plant since 2006 and is installed on the group’s most popular models, such as Outlander, Lancer and Delica. This unit was created as part of a single alliance and is similar to the Chrysler ED3, Hyundai G4KC and G4KE.

Engine Mitsubishi 4G33

The 1.4-liter Mitsubishi 4G33 engine was assembled at the company’s factories from 1970 to 1998 and installed on many popular concern models, such as the Lancer, Galant or Delica. This motor was widely used not only in passenger cars, but also in commercial vehicles.

Engine Mitsubishi 4G62

The 1.8-liter Mitsubishi 4G62 (or G62B) gasoline engine was produced from 1979 to 1989 and was installed on such popular concern models as the Lancer, Galant, Cordia and Delica. Then this unit was installed on Hyundai cars for almost ten years.

Engine Mitsubishi 4G63

The 4G63 engine is one of the most popular four-cylinder in-line engines, which was designed by the specialists of the Japanese company Mitsubishi. This power unit has about a dozen different modifications that have been installed on many Mitsubishi models.

Engine Mitsubishi 4G64

2.4-liter Mitsubishi 4G64 (or G64B) gasoline engine has been in production since 1985. It is installed not only on a number of models of the Japanese concern, but also on cars from other manufacturers. This power unit was used for some time by Hyundai under the name G4JS.

Engine Mitsubishi 4J11

The 2.0-liter gasoline Mitsubishi 4J11 has been produced by the Japanese concern only since 2012 and is installed only on two of its models: the Outlander crossover and the Delica minibus. This motor differs from the 4B11 in a new head with VVL and one 16-valve camshaft.

Engine Mitsubishi 6G72

The Mitsubishi 6G72 3.0-liter V6 engine was produced at the Kyoto plant and, in addition to the models of the Japanese concern, was installed on Dodge and Chrysler, and also on Hyundai as the G6AT. This power unit exists in five different versions, including turbocharged.

Engine Mitsubishi 4D55

The 2.3-liter Mitsubishi 4D55 diesel engine was produced by the concern from 1980 to 1986 and was installed on both Galant passenger cars and Pajero SUVs, L200 pickups. This power unit is known for numerous problems with the cylinder head.

Engine Mitsubishi 4D56

The 2.5-liter Mitsubishi 4D56 diesel engine was assembled by the concern from 1986 to 2016 and was installed on Pajero and Pajero Sport SUVs, L200 pickups and Delica minibuses. This power unit served as the basis for the well-known Hyundai D4BA, D4BF and D4BH diesel engines.

Engine Mitsubishi 4M40

The 4M40 engine is a diesel, in-line, 4-cylinder. Overhead camshaft. The 4M40 cylinder block is made of cast iron, the block head is made of aluminum alloy. It was offered in atmospheric and turbo versions, with a mechanical and electronic injection pump.

Engine Mitsubishi 4N14

The 2.2-liter Mitsubishi 4N14 diesel engine has been produced by the concern only since 2010 and is installed on the popular Outlander and ASX crossovers, as well as the Delica D:5 minibus. This aluminum unit highlights the presence of a proprietary phase control system such as MIVEC.

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