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Average User Score
4.5 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 25 reviews
2001 Mitsubishi Galant Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 25 reviews
The Galant remains largely unchanged for the 2001 model year. The sedan now meets Low Emission Vehicle standards and Mitsubishi's LATCH child safety restraint system has been added to all models. The optional Cold Weather Package now includes traction control and heated mirrors.
The same model lineup returns this year. Buyers may choose between the base DE, the more equipped ES, the V6-powered ES, the upscale LS or the sporty GTZ. Base level features include air conditioning, an interior air filter, cup holders, power windows and door locks, remote mirrors, a CD player and digital clock. The DE and ES are powered by a four-cylinder engine, while all other models get a V-6.
Mitsubishi's 2.4 liter four cylinder engine produces 145 horsepower and 155 pound-feet of torque. The 3.0 liter V-6 generates 195 horsepower and 205 pound-feet of torque. Fuel economy Fuel economy is estimated at 21/28 mpg with the four, and 20/27 mpg with the V-6. A four-speed automatic is the only transmission option.
The Galant may not be as popular as some of its Japanese competitors, but most reviewers contend that this sedan offers an exceptional value. The Galant's strengths include distinct styling, an inviting interior and overall road manners. Common consumer and reviewer issues include exterior noise intrusion, tight rear quarters and the lack of a manual transmission option.
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Mitsubishi Galant Questions
Do The Windows Have Fuses Or Just Motors? My Driver Side Won't Roll Down.
Car Takes A While To Start
lately in warm weather if I let my car sit for more than 5 hours my car takes a long time to start. but once it starts it will start all day. but when it is really cold no matter how long my car sits ...
Programing The Am/fm Radio
JUST GOT A 2991 GALANT. THE RADIO NEEDS TO BE REPROGRAMED, HOW DO WE GO ABOUT THIS?
How Do I Remove The Stearing Wheel Cover Safely To Fix A Horn Problem
the car is a 2001 mitsubishi galant se the horn is consistatly blowing i have checked the fuse and relay and all wires i belive it is sticking in side the stearing wheel behind the air bag
Gas Mileage Seemed To Recently Decrease From 280 Miles (full Tank)to About ...
I do oil changes every 3000, change air filter every 12000, and had a full tune up at 68000 miles. I now have 75000 miles on it.