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.
The Mitsubishi Zinger is a Chinese minivan with a station wagon body, manufactured in collaboration with Mitsubishi Motors and the car manufacturer China Motor Corporation. The model is based on the Mitsubishi Challenger. The car has been produced and sold in Taiwan under its real name since 2005. In the Philippines, the car has been sold since 2007 under the Mitsubishi Fuzion brand. The literal translation of the name means “full of energy / vitality.”
The mid-size minivan Mitsubishi Zinger has been produced in Taiwan since 2005. In addition to the local market, the car is also sold in China (manufactured by a Soueast-Mitsubishi joint venture), the Philippines and some countries in the Middle East.
Mitsubishi Zinger was created on the platform of the first generation Pajero Sport SUV, the car has a frame structure, a continuous rear axle and spring suspensions. However, the drive can only be rear-wheel drive, there are no all-wheel drive versions in the lineup. Depending on the version, the minivan is offered with two or three rows of seats.
In 2015, a deep restyling of the Singer was carried out: the body design, interior trim materials, front panel, seats and steering wheel have changed, and the list of options has expanded. At the same time, the version for the Taiwanese market was renamed CMC Zinger, although the export versions retained the Mitsubishi brand.
The car is equipped with a 2.4-liter gasoline engine with 136 hp and only a five-speed automatic transmission (before restyling, the cars were equipped with a manual transmission or a four-speed automatic transmission). The version for China is equipped with a two-liter engine that develops 170 hp in combination with manual or automatic transmissions.