This has been a great car - always fun to drive. Enjoyed especially the turbo charged engine, manual transmission, a fine CD/audio system, the AWD. Low miles due to working lots out of town - do not even consider replacement as it would cost a huge amount to get a car of this quality in today's market. I don't expect to ever have another such super car; it's a shame they only marketed the VR-4 turbos in 1991 (2000 of them) and in 1992.
From one generation to the other we always have a Mitsubishi or two. I was trying to purchase a 1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX, but the deal didnt go through. Luckily I met this guy at the shop where they are building & turboing my 8th Generation Galant & bought a 1991 Galant from him. I have had it for two weeks and I can't wait to have the fastest 91-94 Galant here in Vegas.
This car has 206,000 miles and is still
going. It has had the transmission
rebuilt and $600 worth of brake
repairs, but other than that there have
been no major problems over its life.
The cruise control, turbo and overdrive
on/off options no longer worked after
200,000 miles but the car still goes.
It is still dependable as a commuter
car or as a first car for a teenager.
Even though it's almost worthless, it
is irreplacable at a much higher cost.
It's a car with such a unique
combination of style, performance,
feature and practicality. It was a
shame that it doesn't come to North