1995 Mitsubishi RVR X3 2.0L turbo petrol from Australia and New Zealand


One big adrenalin rush


Fuel economy

General Comments:

The best, quickest, most reliable car I have owned in 35 years.

Look for the X3, they are a sleeper. No bull-bars, no spare whell on the rear door, no steps. I make "boy-racers" look sick in front of their friends, as this car just obliterates them.

Standing 1/4 mile in my factory RVR X3 was 14:55sec.

This year, with only $500 spent, it will do 13:6?.

Try one.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 24th February, 2007

15th Apr 2011, 23:50

I have owned my 95 X3 for eight years now. In all that time, the only faults I have suffered are:

1. Cigarette lighter not working.

2. Reversing light not working. I have spent around $500.00 on it, a 2 1/4 in exhaust, pod filter and manual boost control, running 15lbs PSI.

I have raced it in 1/4 mile and 1/8 mile, quickest 1/4 was 13:97 sec. This is the quickest car I have owned and the boy racers surely don't like old grandpa beating their all show, no go cars.

1995 Mitsubishi RVR Super sports gear 4G63 2L turbo from Australia and New Zealand


Swift, Practical, reliable, affordable, though experienced drivers only need apply


I have a leaky Exhaust gasket.

General Comments:

This vehicle is incredibly practical. A camping weekend away or a swift trip down the strip, your choices are endless.

It's a performance RV with heaps of space for a small family, a moderate ground clearance, and a strong and reliable 4WD system. Weight is reasonable for its size with the scales tipping 1500kg. Straight line speed is exceptional, then again it does have Mitsubishi's legendary 4G63T mill gifting 170kw to spin the 215x65 15R's, though whilst off boost can return fuel economy that would put most medium cross-overs to shame. And with relatively inexpensive mods can be Quick enough to return 13sec quarter mile times.

There are no real negatives with this unique offering from Mitsubishi, though if you want to go hard around corners, your choosing the wrong car. And as with all vehicles with a higher centre of gravity (particularly quick ones), bury the accelerator, you get under steer, and as the car is getting frighteningly close to the edge of the road, you lift off like mad, and the result will be devastating over steer and most likely a serious crash for the inexperienced. This, along having to change direction quickly to avoid a possible accident are equally detrimental to your health.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes

Review Date: 5th October, 2006

10th Oct 2006, 02:45

I was wondering what the fuel economy is for an RVR as I am thinking about purchasing a Hypergear.

16th Oct 2006, 23:36

12-13L per hundred kilometres for the hyper-gear off boost.

10L per hundred kilometres for the Super Sport Gear off boost.

7th Nov 2006, 21:39

What does anyone know about the acquiring of spare parts of this vehicle? I'm hearing that they are compatible with Mitsubishi Galants and thus it is quite easy to obtain parts. Is this true? I'm looking at a Mitsubishi RVR 20 series sportsgear 95 version.

9th Nov 2006, 16:07

The RVR's basic engine and driveline layout are very similar. Many parts can be carried from the Galant. I haven't had the car for too long though some parts for service were a little more difficult to come by and had to be ordered. Some other vehicle parts may have to be ordered through Mitsubishi. And if you want the thing too go quickly, things like FMIC will need be custom fabrication and fitting, and pro coilovers are really your only option for handling. This car is for individualists and there aren't many around so parts will be less common and more expensive. If you want cheap thrills, you'll have to drive a much more common/less interesting car like Commodore/Silvia or even Corolla (Yawn).

1995 Mitsubishi RVR from Australia and New Zealand



General Comments:

RVR a real manly choice. I love driving it. Its seating arrangement is great. it gives plenty of room for use. I get reasonable mileage.

The multicommunication system is really confusing.

I really don't understand how to use it. could somebody help me?. I would like to know that can we play CD in it.

Thank you very much.

Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know

Review Date: 17th April, 2006