by joesee on Feb 13, 2014 Vehicle: 2000 Mitsubishi Galant ES 4dr Sedan
I still have my 2000 Galant with close to 200,000 miles, always trouble free. The acceleration and ride for a 4 cylinder are great. The look still holds up, and is much better than later galant models. Unfortunately although the car is still awesome, the paint has lost it's luster and repainting doesn't make financial sense, otherwise I would keep on driving it. If Mitsubishi had maintained or upped their game on the details for later models, I would have considered getting another for my next car this year.
by skally on Jul 26, 2013 Vehicle: 2000 Mitsubishi Galant GTZ 4dr Sedan
After buying this car I realized it was one of those cars the dealer patches up just to get off the lot. The instrument cluster had been swapped out which means the car likely had higher miles than stated. The transmission didn't shift into overdrive which I never did resolve. After a few weeks of driving it the upper rear shock mount broke. So I fixed those things and traded it in on something else.
by joed99 on Sep 17, 2012 Vehicle: 2000 Mitsubishi Galant ES 4dr Sedan
Bought my Mitz Galant in late 2000.
Retiring my Galant in late 2012.
THIS CAR WAS A BUY ! !!
After driving so many miles, in so many different
weather conditions, with so many cargo runs
(Kayaks, Bikes, Skies, ) this car has NEVER
let me down.
Great mechanic, keeping
with the timing belt maintenance schedule,
changing the oil.
So since she has been such a great car,
I would say it is time to retire her even though
she still starts EVERY time, no hesitation,
If only we could all have someone
or something so reliable.
Only one problem that ALL you Old Timer
Galant owners know...
CAP ? ? ?
After a '99 redesign, Mitsubishi's fourth-generation Galant features some new standard and optional equipment, like cruise-control memory function, an in-dash CD player, larger tires and four new colors.