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2002 Mitsubishi Ek-wagon



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Ek-wagon Troubleshooting
Dont maintain constant speed of engin, which f...
2013, Dont maintain constant speed of engin,
which fluctuates in cycle of about 4- 5
seconds....
Fuel consumption
2008, hi,the problem i am facing is fuel
consumption..it totaly gives 10 km per litre in
local...
Engine repair
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Ek-wagon
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2002 Ek-wagon
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2002 Mitsubishi Ek-wagon specs: mpg, towing capacity, size, photos

The Mitsubishi eK is a Japanese kei car from Mitsubishi Motors, based on the long-running Mitsubishi Minica, and first introduced on October 11, 2001 at ¥910,000 to ¥1,108,000. According to the company the name stands for "excellent Keijidōsha", or "excellent minicar". It was available either as an eK Wagon (introduced October 2001), eK Sport (September 2002), eK Classy (May 2003) or eK Active (May 2004). The range was given a styling revision and re-released on September 13, 2006, priced from ¥913,500 to ¥1,484,700.

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Immediately upon its release it was the recipient of the "Good Design Award" by the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry in 2001. While the initial sales target was 10,000 units per month, it sold 13,000 in its first four days, and 20,000 by the end of October 2001. It is Mitsubishi's highest volume model in the Japanese domestic market, and total sales to 2005 are approximately 480,000. Since 2005, Nissan Motors has received 36,000 eK wagons annually from Mitsubishi, to be sold within the domestic market as the Nissan Otti.

  • Engine
Type: 3G83 SOHC 12v straight-3 Capacity: 657cc Compression ratio: 10.2:1 (naturally aspirated) 8.5:1 (turbocharged) Peak power: 37kW (50PS) at 6500rpm (n/ a) 47kW (64PS) at 6000rpm (turbo) Peak torque: 62N·m (46ft·lbf) at 4000rpm (n/ a) 93N·m (69ft·lbf) at 3500rpm (turbo)
  • Suspension
Front: MacPherson struts Rear: 3-link torque arm type
  • Tyres
155/ 65R13 (Wagon) 165/ 55R14 (Sport)
  • Turning circle: 4.4m
  • Seats: 4



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