Mitsubishi 3000GT is a sports coupe manufactured in 1990 through 2000. In North America, its analog, Dodge Stealth, was sold, it featured a slightly different exterior. In Japan, the 3000GT was sold under the brand name Mitsubishi GTO. In the model line, Mitsubishi 3000GT was the flagship ranked above Eclipse and FTO.
Analogs to 3000GT at the time of sales: Chevrolet Corvette, Toyota Supra, Honda NSX, Nissan 300ZX, Mazda RX-7 and other similar vehicles.
The Mitsubishi 3000GT engines were the 223 HP 6G72; the same engines were installed in Dodge Stealth R/T and Mitsubishi GTO SR. Powerful versions featured twin-turbo 6G72, their power reached 300 horsepower, and after 1994 — 324 HP. These models were called 3000GT VR-4 and Stealth R/T twin-turbo. In Japan, this engine had 280 HP, and cars equipped with it were called GTO twin-turbo.
There was another version with SOHC cylinder heads, the engine power was only 162 HP, and it was used only in Dodge Stealth. Since 1998, it was also installed in 3000GT.
Here you will find everything you wanted to know about 3000GT engines, their features, reliability and durability, the main reasons for breakdowns, all key specifications, what oil to use, its amount, and more. We will also explain how to boost a 6G72 and how to make your car go much faster.
1st generation (1990 – 2000):
Mitsubishi 3000GT (162 HP) – 3.0 L
Mitsubishi 3000GT SL / GTO SR (225 HP) – 3.0 L
Mitsubishi 3000GT / GTO twin-turbo / GTO MR (286 HP) – 3.0 L
Mitsubishi 3000GT VR-4 (300/324 HP) – 3.0 L