My dad bought this truck and it has been absolutely amazing. We have loaded it WAY over it's rated capacities, both payload and towing, and it still took us through Jeep-only trails, through rivers and swamps, and other trails many trucks would deem "impassable." The truck has since been through an arson, sat for over a year, and started up immediately. Getting her back from the shop today! This truck has been beat to hell and taken every beating with a smile, asking for more. I couldn't ask for more from this truck. Currently at 180k, everything is still original except the clutch. Synchros starting to go out in 2nd gear (burnouts). Everything else works great!
4.38 out of 5 stars
I called her Pearl
One Ton Mighty Max 2dr Regular Cab SB
Right on, brothers! She was the best
truck money could buy, and she'll never
be replaced. I was the original owner
of this 1990 white beauty, and to her
accolade, she only left me sitting on
the side of the road twice in all of
our 211,000 miles. She didn't have
much; no A/C, radio, power steering, or
after 180,000 miles, a passenger side
mirror... but she did have dignity and
a sense of pride. Thanks Pearl!
4.88 out of 5 stars
Mighty Max 4WD
2dr Regular Cab 4WD SB
Was the best vehicle of its type when
we bought it - we tried them all on
the same day. Continues to excel and
be ultra-reliable. Still has original
clutch, brakes, bearings, hoses, etc.
Starts on first turn every day -
wouldn't hesitate to take it
anywhere. Even in Las Vegas heat,
never runs hot. Will keep it forever.
4.63 out of 5 stars
After 190,000 miles I sold my truck.
2dr Regular Cab SB
Today I sold my Truck. For over 12
years it never left me walking. This by
far had to be the best vehicle I have
every owned. It did a great job towing
my 28' pontoon boat. The only reason I
gave it up was the computer was going.
It would take $700-$1,000 to fix.
Could not find the part not even at the
junk yard. I will miss this truck!
The Used 1990 Mitsubishi Mighty Max Pickup is offered in the following submodels: Mighty Max Pickup Regular Cab, Mighty Max Pickup Extended Cab. Available styles include 2dr Regular Cab 4WD SB (3.0L 6cyl naturally aspired 5M), 2dr Extended Cab SB (2.4L 4cyl naturally aspired 5M), One Ton 2dr Regular Cab SB (2.4L 4cyl naturally aspired 5M), and 2dr Regular Cab SB (2.4L 4cyl naturally aspired 5M).
Pre-owned Mitsubishi Mighty Max Pickup models are available with a 3.0 L-liter gas engine or a 2.4 L-liter gas engine, with output up to 143 hp, depending on engine type.
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