The Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) is a car manufacturer from Japan, which is part of the Mitsubishi Group. Over years, the Mitsubishi Motors company has cooperated with many famous companies, including Hyundai, Nissan, Daimler Chrysler, Volkswagen, Volvo, Renault, Peugeot, Citroen, Proton, Hindustan, and Soueast. Therefore, Mitsubishi engines and other components can be found in cars of all these manufacturers.
Let’s have a look at Mitsubishi engines. Most released cars were small, and often had inline-4 engines. The range of such engines is very wide: from small 4G13, 4G15 to 2.4-liter 4G64, or the well-known turbo 4G63T for Evolution, which can be very easily turned into a real monster with a lot of power.
This Japanese automaker has always produced SUVs, and today they are the majority in the model line. Small engines are not enough for such cars; at different times, larger engines were available for them, such as 6G75 V6, 6G74, 6G72, 6B31, 4J12, 4B12, 4G69, etc.
There is also a wide range of diesel engines: 4M41, 4M40, 4D56 4N15, 4N14, etc.
In the 90s, and until the late 2000s, Mitsubishi made sports cars, including 3000GT, Eclipse, and Galant VR-4. Under the hood, they had the powerful 6G72 twin-turbo, 4G63T, and 6A12TT.
Besides, there also were unusual motors, such as the 1.6-liter V6 6A10. It is the smallest V6 in the world.
All these Mitsubishi engines have become pretty much popular throughout the world. We’ve made reviews of the most popular engines to help you to understand all their diversity. Here, at Wikimotors, you will always find all important specifications, description of significant problems and disadvantages, the reasons there to, and you will be advised about what component should be replaced to make the engine work again.
We know how reliable these engines are, what their service life is in normal conditions, what engine oil is recommended, and its amount and replacement frequency. We will give you some tips on boosting the power, we will tell you what upgrades will yield the best results, and how much horsepower you will get. You will learn what cars are fitted with Mitsubishi engines, who makes them, and a lot more.
Mitsubishi 3000GT / GTO
Mitsubishi Outlander Sport / ASX / RVR
Mitsubishi L200 / Triton
Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution
Mitsubishi Pajero / Montero / Shogun
Mitsubishi Pajero Sport / Challenger / Montero Sport / Shogun Sport