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1992 Mitsubishi 3000GT


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3000GT Troubleshooting
Rear speakers cut out, & stop working
1995, My 1995 basic model ( NOT turbo)
mitsubishi 3000 gt is equipped with the
original stock ...
Rear speakers cut out, & stop working
1995, My 1995 basic model ( NOT turbo)
mitsubishi 3000 gt is equipped with the
original stock ...

Engine size - Displacement - Engine capacity:3000 cm3
Transmission Gearbox - Number of speeds:Manual
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Price (out of date):$13056


1992 Mitsubishi 3000GT specs, Engine size 3.0l., Fuel type Gasoline, Transmission Gearbox Manual

The Mitsubishi GTO is a sports grand tourer built by Japanese automaker Mitsubishi Motors between 1990 and 2001, although in most export markets it was rebadged as a Mitsubishi 3000GT. It was also sold by Chrysler in North America as a Dodge Stealth captive import from the 1991 to 1996 model years with only minor detail/ appearance differences. It took its name from the Galant GTO, a two-door hardtop coupé sold by the company in the early 1970s.


Following the successful showing of the Mitsubishi HSX concept car at the 1989 Tokyo Motor Show, Mitsubishi developed the new GTO as a technically advanced sports coupe to compete with the Mazda RX-7, Nissan 300ZX and Skyline GT-R, and the Toyota Supra. They resurrected the GTO name, and the car went on to serve as Mitsubishi’s flagship for the remainder of the decade. However, despite the cachet of the badge at home, it was known as the Mitsubishi 3000GT outside Japan; the company was concerned that connoisseurs would object to the evocative nameplate from the highly regarded Ferrari 250 GTO and Pontiac GTO being used on a Japanese vehicle. However, regardless of its badge or eventual target market, every car was built on the same production line at Mitsubishi's plant in Nagoya, Japan.

A Dodge Stealth was initially to be used as a pace car for the 1991 Indianapolis 500 race. The United Auto Workers (UAW), however, did not like the idea of a Japanese-manufactured car being a pace car for the race, and a prototype Dodge Viper was substituted.



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