Mitsubishi Emeraude

In 1992, the Mitsubishi Emeraude car appeared in Japanese car dealerships – a front-wheel drive hardtop (sedan without a central pillar) based on the Galant model. The car had a characteristic squat design, and its interior was made with a claim to luxury.
Mitsubishi Emeraude, 1992–1996
The base was a four-cylinder engine with a volume of 1.8 liters and a power of 110 hp, other versions were equipped with V6 engines: 1.8-liter (135 hp) and two-liter, developing 145, 170 or 200 hp. Any of the power units could be equipped with both a manual and an automatic transmission, and the 170-hp Mitsubishi Emeraude could be purchased in an all-wheel drive version.

Despite the fact that the car is made in a high class, the comfort for the rear passengers is not very high. The last Emeraude rolled off the assembly line in 1998.

Engine Mitsubishi 4G93

The 1.8-liter Mitsubishi 4G93 engine was produced by a Japanese company from 1991 to 2014 and was installed not only on many of its models, but also on Volvo, Proton or Brilliance cars. The motor was offered in a version with a carburetor, injector, direct injection and turbocharging.

Engine Mitsubishi 6A11

The Mitsubishi 6A11 1.8-liter V6 gasoline engine was assembled in Japan from 1992 to 2000 and installed on the sixth generation of the popular Lancer model and the seventh generation Galant. This power unit is very rare and in fact is a real exclusive.

Engine Mitsubishi 6A12

The Mitsubishi 6A12 2.0-liter V6 engine was assembled by a Japanese company from 1992 to 2010 and was first installed on a number of its mass models, and after 2000 only on Proton cars. This power unit existed in SOHC, DOHC, DOHC-MIVEC and twin-turbo modifications.

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