Mitsubishi Colt was a subcompact car that was produced for 50 years between 1962 and 2012. It was the minor Mitsubishi model that was ranked below Mitsubishi Lancer. Later, this place was taken by i-MiEV.
Here are some analogs to Mitsubishi Colt: Honda Fit/Jazz, Kia Rio, Hyundai Accent, Toyota Yaris, Volkswagen Polo, Ford Fiesta, Nissan Micra, Skoda Fabia, Suzuki Swift, Opel Corsa, and much more.
The 1978 – 2002 Colt engines were no different from those of Mirage, because in Europe, Mirage hatchback was sold under the brand name Colt. In 2002, an independent model was released, and here are some engines that may be found in it. These were 4A90, 4A91, as well as the 3-cylinder 3A91 and 4G18 for Taiwan. Colt Ralliarts were sold with turbo-4G15 engines, their power reached 163 HP and even 180 HP.
Below you will find specs of these motors, what oil is to be used, its amount, how to tune a Colt and add a little power. We will also explain what problems may occur with the engine, what the reasons are thereto, what the service life of this engine is, and a lot more.
1st generation (2002 — 2012)
Mitsubishi Colt (80 HP) — 1.1 L
Mitsubishi Colt (90 HP) — 1.3 L
Mitsubishi Colt (91 HP) — 1.3 L
Mitsubishi Colt (95 HP) — 1.3 L
Mitsubishi Colt (98 HP) — 1.5 L
Mitsubishi Colt (102 HP) — 1.5 L
Mitsubishi Colt (105 HP) — 1.5 L
Mitsubishi Colt Ralliart (147 HP) — 1.5 L
Mitsubishi Colt Ralliart Version-R (154 HP) — 1.5 L
Mitsubishi Colt Ralliart Version-R (163 HP) — 1.5 L
Mitsubishi Colt CZT Ralliart (180 HP) — 1.5 L
Mitsubishi Colt (105 HP) — 1.6 L
Mitsubishi Colt (95 HP) — 1.5 L DI-D