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'''Mitsubishi Galant Λ. 1976–80 (prod. n/a). 2-door coupé. F/R, 1795, 1997, 2555 cm³ (I4 OHC).''' Personal–luxury car from Mitsubishi, exported to US as Dodge Challenger and Plymouth Sapporo, to most other markets as Mitsubishi Sapporo, and to Australia as Chrysler Scorpion (later Mitsubishi Scorpion). Refined OHC Silent Shaft engines, but fussy styling did not find much favour in export markets.
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'''Mitsubishi Galant Λ. 1976–80 (prod. n/a). 2-door coupé. F/R, 1795, 1997, 2555 cm³ (I4 OHC).''' Personal–luxury car from Mitsubishi, exported to US as Dodge Challenger and Plymouth Sapporo, to most other markets as Mitsubishi Sapporo, and to Australia as Chrysler Sigma Scorpion (later Mitsubishi Scorpion). Refined OHC Silent Shaft engines, but fussy styling did not find much favour in export markets.
  
  

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Mitsubishi Galant Λ. 1976–80 (prod. n/a). 2-door coupé. F/R, 1795, 1997, 2555 cm³ (I4 OHC). Personal–luxury car from Mitsubishi, exported to US as Dodge Challenger and Plymouth Sapporo, to most other markets as Mitsubishi Sapporo, and to Australia as Chrysler Sigma Scorpion (later Mitsubishi Scorpion). Refined OHC Silent Shaft engines, but fussy styling did not find much favour in export markets.


Manufacturing location: Japan

Marque: Mitsubishi | Model: Mitsubishi Galant | Predecessors: Mitsubishi Colt Galant GTO, Mitsubishi Galant (1973–7) | Successor: Mitsubishi Galant Λ (1980–3)





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