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1995 Mitsubishi Galant Review
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The 1995 Mitsubishi Galant gets its name from the French word for ""chivalrous"" and has evolved through nine generations since its debut in 1969. The model marks the last year of the seventh generation, which is available a four-door sedan. Three trim levels are available: the entry-level S, and the upgraded ES and LS. There’s a lot of competition in this field, and it’s easy to lose sight of it behind more popular names like the Toyota Camry or Honda Accord. And while it’s true that it doesn’t offer the same amount of features or the level of performance as such competitors, it’s still a well-engineered car with plenty of comfort and agility.
Engines: 2.4-liter four-cylinder
Transmissions: four-speed automatic, five-speed manual
Models: Mitsubishi Galant S, Mitsubishi Galant ES, Mitsubishi Galant LS
The 1995 Mitsubishi Galant receives no noteworthy changes. A range-topping, V-6 engine was planned for this year, but thanks to costs and design complications, it doesn’t make its debut until 1998.
The 1995 Mitsubishi Galant is a straightforward, four-door sedan that doesn’t have anything very remarkable in its exterior design. It sits on 14-inch wheels and includes a rear window defroster as well as power exterior mirrors, intermittent windshield wipers as basic features on all models. It also comes with a power moonroof.
The 1995 Mitsubishi Galant is not particularly stylish or appealing, but it’s comfortable enough. Cloth seating is standard with leather optional on all models. Basic interior features include bucket seats, a center console, a tachometer, and a tilt steering wheel. The entry-level S comes with optional air-conditioning, power windows, and power door locks that are standard on the ES and LS.
Performance & Handling
The 1995 Mitsubishi Galant doesn’t have much to brag about in terms of performance, but the engine does provide enough reliability and agility to serve its consumers well in most everyday driving situations. The only engine option is a 2.4-liter four-cylinder, which is paired with a five-speed manual transmission or optional four-speed automatic. Four-wheel anti-lock brakes and an anti-theft alarm system are optional on all models.
The 1995 Mitsubishi Galant's safety equipment includes dual air bags, side-impact door beams, and childproof rear door locks. Four-wheel anti-lock brakes are optional on all models, and the top-of-the-line LS also offers an optional anti-theft alarm system.
EPA Fuel Economy
Mitsubishi Galant ES: 19/26 mpg city/highway
Mitsubishi Galant LS: 18/24 mpg city/highway
- Fuel efficient
- Stylish design
- Usual reliability
You Won't Like
- Expensive to replace parts
- Interior a bit bland
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