What used Mitsubishi Grandis MPV will I get for my budget?
How much does it cost to run a Mitsubishi Grandis MPV?
Opt for our favoured 2.4-litre petrol model and fuel bills will be high. Officially, the manual returns 30.1mpg on the official combined cycle and the auto just 28.1mpg, but you're unlikely to match those figures. When we ran a Grandis on our long-term fleet, it fell short of the official figure. Unsurprisingly the diesel performs much better, with a 42.8mpg average.
Residual values are reasonable for the class, though not exceptional, so a used Grandis shouldn't be more expensive to buy than its main rivals, and it's a similar story when it comes to insurance.
When it's time to service your car, official Mitsubishi dealers typically undercut their Toyota counterparts but charge more per hour than the likes of Nissan. You can save big money by shopping around, however. According to data from Warranty Direct, independent Mitsubishi specialists are among the cheapest out there.