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    Mitsubishi makes the list!

    O.k., not the best list, but at least the Mirage gets a shout out that isn't horribly negative...




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    Quote Originally Posted by AtomicPunk View Post
    O.k., not the best list, but at least the Mirage gets a shout out that isn't horribly negative...

    https://youtu.be/H5XVqbEgSIE
    Sounded pretty negative to me. Cheap cars that burn oil, bad piston rings, bad transmission, expensive dealer parts, etc. Matter of fact I cant recall one thing positive he said about Mitsubishi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirk Diggler View Post
    Sounded pretty negative to me. Cheap cars that burn oil, bad piston rings, bad transmission, expensive dealer parts, etc. Matter of fact I cant recall one thing positive he said about Mitsubishi.

    I think he said you could "get a brand new Mirage for 13 thousand and it wouldn't start falling apart right away", lol. Hey, that's something! We have high mileage members on here that seem to have a different experience with their Mitsu's than ol' Scotty. Although the oldest cars discussed are usually maximum 5 years old (if 2014's). Maybe we will get some input from those that have older Mitsubishi models, see how they held up...

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    Yeah Ive looked at other car forums and none of them come close to the level of skilled help we get on here. Scotty is flat wrong about Mitsubishi/Suzuki. Not so much about Nissan unfortunately.



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