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Chrysler Sigma

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Australianized Mitsubishi Galant Σ, taking its name from the Greek letter appended to the Galant name in Japan. Chrysler had no mid-sized offerings at the time, and entered into an arrangement with Mitsubishi to build the Galant Σ at its Adelaide plant. The Sigma replaced the earlier Valiant Galant and the Simca-based Chrysler Centura, the latter having fared poorly in the Australian market-place. The Chrysler badge disappeared in 1980 after Chrysler Australia’s assets fell completely under Mitsubishi control and the cars were henceforth called Mitsubishi Sigma.



Marque: Chrysler | Predecessors: Chrysler Valiant Galant, Chrysler Centura | Successor: Mitsubishi Sigma





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