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Mitsubishi Galant Saloon (97 - 03) review

(1997 - 2003)
Mitsubishi Galant Saloon (97 - 03)
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Which used Mitsubishi Galant saloon should I buy?

The 2.0-litre GLS is the best bet, with a four-cylinder engine that gives a healthy 134bhp. It provides reasonable performance and a competitive average fuel consumption of around 32.8mpg. You'll get a decent amount of kit, including alloy wheels, twin front airbags, sunroof, cruise control and four electric windows.

The only other choice you have is the 2.5-litre V6. If you're expecting something sporty, the V6 disappoints, because it's only a second quicker than the 2.0-litre. But, you don't lose too much in the way of fuel economy, because you'll still get around 30mpg.

It also comes with a lot more kit. As well as all the toys you get on the GLS, you'll also get air-con, side airbags and a CD changer.

Whichever you choose, your biggest problem will be finding one. Used examples are few and far between.

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Which used Mitsubishi Galant saloon should I buy?

The 2.0-litre GLS is the best bet, with a four-cylinder engine that gives a healthy 134bhp. It provides reasonable performance and a competitive average fuel consumption of around 32.8mpg. You'll get a decent amount of kit, including alloy wheels, twin front airbags, sunroof, cruise control and four electric windows.

The only other choice you have is the 2.5-litre V6. If you're expecting something sporty, the V6 disappoints, because it's only a second quicker than the 2.0-litre. But, you don't lose too much in the way of fuel economy, because you'll still get around 30mpg.

It also comes with a lot more kit. As well as all the toys you get on the GLS, you'll also get air-con, side airbags and a CD changer.

Whichever you choose, your biggest problem will be finding one. Used examples are few and far between.

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