This is one spectacular automobile. I found it in Irvine, CA with under 55,000 well cared for miles. It is stock and original. I paid $8500 cash and have put another $1600 in for 60,000 mile service and timing belt. Clutch is stiff compared to my Plymouth Laser RS (AWD/turbo), but easy to get used to and necessary due to awesome power. The car has original red paint in excellent condition due to being garaged all it's life. I'm 65 years old, and this is the best car I've ever owned. Next in line would be my 56 Chevy Bel Air convertible purchased in 1962 and my 1992 Plymouth Laser bought in 1999. The Laser and Stealth are related in being Mitsubishi designs.
It's all good. Though I have to get the cruise control to work. All else is OK. Exhaust sounds menacing, though not loud. Like the adjustable suspension, though truth be told I can't tell much difference between tour and sport settings. (I'm told they are subtle) Fuel economy not bad for 320 HP.
None to speak of, other than why did they stop making them? No matter, scarcity adds to value and uniqueness.
After owning a 91 rt/tt (see review), I decided to finally buy another one a year after selling the 91. Big mistake. The styling of the 94 was not as great as the 91 and the 6 spd was much clumsier than the long ratioe 5 spd. I bought the car in ca and drove it north to wa. The handling was unpredictable and the performance lacked feeling. Felt like a Dodge car instead of a Mitsubishi 3000gt which it was. This came out in the rain 5 days after buying it when the car spun out at 45 mph on a relatively straight freeway onramp (with proper tires). Both of us walked away with sore backs and a prayer as the car was a total loss after it hit the fence backwards. Go buy a low mile 91-93 R/T instead.
Great stereo, comfortable seats, 24 mpg, Bright Red Paint
Dodge lost something in the 1994 revised model. Should have kept with the first one and this car would have made it a few more years on the market. Steering, power, style, aws too rough, 6 spd. I should have just bought another 91-93 model.
I had a lot of time to research the purchase of my first sport car. The Stealth/3000gt beats every car out there in options and value, just falling short of the new vette and cars of that class. This is unbelievable considering what you can buy the Stealth for these days. It is often thousands less than a VR4 with the same millage, even though theyare the same car! There are many ways to upgrade the car, and given the rarity ofthe Stealth many people think it is somesort of Viper. Performance will blow you away, put on an aftermarket suspension and there is no limit to the handling of this car. Upgrade the turbos, and you will be upthere with the new vette/911.
AWD, Anti-lock brackes, all-wheelsteering, minimal turbo lag. The car is rare, yet inexpensive. Spend 5K on turbo and fuel upgrade and this platform will take you as far as you want to go.
The car is a little tight for tall people like me.
Very well designed, reliable and a
true joy to drive. The cockpit is laid
out so that it is easy to monitor the
pulse of the car while yours is
rapidly on the rise. This is my second
Stealth, at 97k miles has, with the
exception of an alternator being
replaced tomorrow, had no mechanical
problems. These cars are great values
and a ton of fun to drive. Nothing in
this price range can compare in
performance. The new Nissan 350Z
horsepower and performance pales in
comparison. This car is a true driving
pleasure and rare breed.
The combination of twin turbos and AWD
allows for superb acceleration.
Place the six CD changer within reach
of the driver, otherwise, it's all
If you're looking for a fun car, this
is it! Easy to drive, lots of extras,
and a great deal pricewise thanks to
the SUV revolution. It's reasonable to
find one for under $10K...pretty good
for a car that was valued at around
$40K when new just nine short years
ago. An all around great sports car
with styling that leaves Corvettes of
that age wanting. Low, wide profile
with big Z-rateds round off this future
AWD and 4WS add great handling
characteristics to this powerhouse.
Also, the Electronic Controlled
Suspension lets you adjust the ride
based on how you like to drive.
Leave it alone, no improvements
necessary unless you have suicidal
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