2007 Mitsubishi Galant Overview


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Why Buy A Honda? When You Could Buy A Mitsubishi ! by Chris
 — it has a 4L all aluminum Mivec engine with stainless steel exhaust including headers, a single clutch manumatic sport shift transmission. The car comes with everything except pop up navagation (availa... Read More
Good Not Great by Scott
 — Decent car, gets the job done. I really don't have anything to complain about the car. I need it to get to and from the train station and it does that. I like the way it looks and for the price it ... Read More

2007 Mitsubishi Galant Overview

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2007 Mitsubishi Galant

The 2007 Mitsubishi Galant represents the start of a new generation for this mid-sized sedan. An array of new options marks the changes, as well as the introduction of a new trim, the Ralliart.
The lower-level trims come with the expected 4-cylinder engine, but new technology in that engine boosts fuel efficiency. The two higher-priced trims have a peppy V6, and their fuel economy is nothing to boast about.
Air bags come standard on every level of the Galant, and all but the base model DE have ABS. It's a good-looking car, but nothing really that stands out, and it has a good safety rating.


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If My Mitsubishi Galant Is Clicking And Has A New Timing Belt What Is The P...

Car clicking and not wanting to crank immediately and just got a new timing belt spark plugs and oil change

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Does My Alarm Pad Have Anything To Do With My Car Starting

i lost my alarm key pad does this have anything to do with my car not started

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And also don't see any holes on my front disc breaks. Thanks Zack

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