Mitsubishi Diamante / Magna

The Mitsubishi Diamante was a mid-size car made in 1990 – 2005. In Australia, it was known as Mitsubishi Magna. In 2005, it was replaced by Galant, and in Australia — by Mitsubishi 380.
The list of analogs to Diamante/Magna includes Ford Taurus, Honda Legend, Cadillac CTS, Toyota Camry, Volkswagen Passat, etc.

Let’s have a look at the Mitsubishi Diamante/Magna engines. The first-generation Diamante used only V6 6G71, 6G72, and 6G73 engines. For the first-generation Magna, 6G72 and inline-4 4G54 were used.Mitsubishi-Diamante
The second-generation Diamante got the same 6G72, 6G73 engines, and the 3.5-liter 6G74. A similar Magna had the same engines, but instead of 6G73, the 2.4-liter 4G64 was used.

Here we will consider the differences between the Diamante engines, their size, specifications, problems and shortcomings, how to fix them, as well as what kind of oil should be used, its type and amount. You will find out how to add power, and how much horsepower you can get.

1st generation (1990 – 1997):
Mitsubishi Diamante (125 HP) – 2.0 L
Mitsubishi Diamante (145 HP) – 2.0 L
Mitsubishi Diamante (175 HP) – 2.5 L
Mitsubishi Magna (139 HP) – 2.6 L
Mitsubishi Diamante (165 HP) – 3.0 L
Mitsubishi Magna (169 HP) – 3.0 L
Mitsubishi Diamante (210 HP) – 3.0 L

2nd generation (1995 – 2005):
Mitsubishi Magna (143 HP) – 2.4 L
Mitsubishi Diamante (175 HP) – 2.5 L
Mitsubishi Diamante (200 HP) – 2.5 L
Mitsubishi Magna (190 HP) – 3.0 L
Mitsubishi Diamante (230 HP) – 3.0 L
Mitsubishi Diamante (240 HP) – 3.0 L
Mitsubishi Diamante (270 HP) – 3.0 L
Mitsubishi Magna (194 HP) – 3.5 L
Mitsubishi Diamante (208 HP) – 3.5 L
Mitsubishi Magna (211 HP) – 3.5 L
Mitsubishi Magna (222 HP) – 3.5 L
Mitsubishi Magna (245 HP) – 3.5 L


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