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Mitsubishi Space Wagon MPV (98 - 04) review

(1998 - 2004)
Mitsubishi Space Wagon MPV (98 - 04)
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Which used Mitsubishi Space Wagon MPV should I buy?

With no diesel engine, it's a choice between the 2.0-litre 134bhp and 2.4-litre 147bhp petrols. Both are fine performers, but the latter is more modern and refined, and it features Mitsubishi's respected GDI direct injection technology. The older engine needs to be worked that bit harder to make decent progress.

Standard kit on all 2.0 Space Wagons is high, with even the basic GL getting power steering, twin front airbags, alloys, CD player, electric windows and mirrors. GLX adds air-conditioning, while GLS gets a sunroof and sidebags.

The 2.4 comes in Equippe trim, which had everything on it. All this is great for the used buyer - it means there's no dodgy base model that should be avoided at all costs.

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Which used Mitsubishi Space Wagon MPV should I buy?

With no diesel engine, it's a choice between the 2.0-litre 134bhp and 2.4-litre 147bhp petrols. Both are fine performers, but the latter is more modern and refined, and it features Mitsubishi's respected GDI direct injection technology. The older engine needs to be worked that bit harder to make decent progress.

Standard kit on all 2.0 Space Wagons is high, with even the basic GL getting power steering, twin front airbags, alloys, CD player, electric windows and mirrors. GLX adds air-conditioning, while GLS gets a sunroof and sidebags.

The 2.4 comes in Equippe trim, which had everything on it. All this is great for the used buyer - it means there's no dodgy base model that should be avoided at all costs.

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