A virtually extinct gem
- Nothing except what is expected from a car this old. In other words, nothing out of the ordinary!
When I first bought this car, I was concerned it would turn out to be just another crappy economy car. I had intentions of using it as an errand-runner for a couple of years. However, when I discovered what a reliable and amazing car it was, I decided to keep it for "a bit longer." Now, 17 years later, the car is still sitting in my garage, along with my wife's 97 Toyota Camry and my 2000 Mitsubishi Diamante.
As far as the car is concerned, it is an extremely rare find (don't even bother trying to locate one used) and is virtually unheard of. Thus, I'm not surprised that I'm the first one to write a review for this car. This economy sedan came in four trim levels: base, L, LS and turbo. Base models came with a 2.0L 88 horsepower four cylinder, while turbos came with a 1.8L turbo four producing 116 horsepower. Current value is about $1300 in perfect condition.
For more info, go to epinions.com and search for "Mitsubishi Tredia".
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 20th June, 2003