Mitsubishi Carisma is a typical European compact car from the late 90s produced in 1995 – 2004. The car used the Volvo S40 (1st gen.) platform and was only sold in Europe. It was ranked between Mirage/Lancer and Galant. Then Mitsubishi Lancer grew up and replaced Carisma. The latest Carismas were sold in 2004.
Let’s take look at the Carisma engines, they are classic for such a car of that time. Here you will find the small 1.3-liter 4G13, the 1.6-liter 4G92, and various modifications of the 1.8-liter 4G93.
However, that’s not all; there are also diesel Renault engines, such as F8Q and F9Q.
You still have this car and want to know more about its engines? Select your engine in the list below and we will share our knowledge with you. Here we have its specs, main problems and their causes, oil to be used, and ways of adding a little power to make the car go a little faster than now.
1st generation (1995 — 2004):
Mitsubishi Carisma (82 HP) — 1.3 L
Mitsubishi Carisma (90 HP) — 1.6 L
Mitsubishi Carisma (99 HP) — 1.6 L
Mitsubishi Carisma (103 HP) — 1.6 L
Mitsubishi Carisma (116 HP) — 1.8 L
Mitsubishi Carisma (122 HP) — 1.8 L
Mitsubishi Carisma (125 HP) — 1.8 L
Mitsubishi Carisma (140 HP) — 1.8 L
Mitsubishi Carisma (90 HP) — 1.9 L TD
Mitsubishi Carisma (102 HP) — 1.9 L DI-D
Mitsubishi Carisma (116 HP) — 1.9 L DI-D