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  • Servicing at a Mitsubishi Ralliart dealer cost a fortune but nothing went wrong FTO and he has had pretty much a years trouble free motoring.

    taken a liking to the mitsubishi fto amongst others (zx).. and i'd. come by? is there any known problems that are bound to occur? i've got.

    I am thinking about buying a Mitsubishi FTO - Tiptronic gearbox. Is there anything to watch out for Any problems with them? Easy to use?.

    Mitsubishi fto problems

    Mitsubishi fto problems

    They're quite fun, try and find a manual though. Edited by Foolish Dave on Monday 17th December That would be good What are the tiptronic gearboxes like? Shed of the Week:

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    Mitsubishi fto problems

    Mitsubishi fto problems

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    Hi everyone, I'm lookin at getting a first car and yes im paying for it , and have really taken a liking to the mitsubishi fto amongst others zx.. I cant believe how good they look and how relatively cheap they are. How reliable are they? I just basically want to know if this is a bad choice I dont plan on thrashing it, couldn't really give a damn about the performance but I know they aren't too shabby.

    They look good and go alright too, but dont expect mircales out of it. Actually its one of the best auto boxes around. Manual or auto you wont be dissapointed, buy the manual ones do tend to sell for a significant amount more. They're pretty zippy, but on the open smooths roads and I can easily take em and my car aint that quick Yeah - they're great looking and sounding cars.

    Mitsubishi fto problems

    But remember - they were never sold in Australia, so parts and insurance are going to be issues - moreso than if you buy an imported car that was sold here. A lot of them seem to be autos, which is obviously awful, but let's not go there. But yeah - lovely cars, and from what I've seen, they handle pretty well. If you're really interested in the FTO make sure you get the mivec version. My mate has one, he hates it because it's a bit of a gutless wonder and he could have got a better performing car for the price.

    They're an OK drive but don't expect to go fast. Yeah, thanks for the replies.. I'm not really at the point in my driving life where I want to speed anyway, so I dont mind if its performance is not all that impressive I want to install GPS and all that too My budget is around k btw. The FTO is a great fun car to drive. Sure it doesn't have the torque down low like a big belly V8 or something with a well sorted turbo, but then it doesn't drink like them either.

    Mitsubishi fto problems

    Handling is also very good, but I've heard people complain it's too stiff Just remember for any car you are buying that will have been a private import to be extra careful looking at the car and it's history.

    Some are good, others are awful depending on what state they were in before they were shipped over here. Plenty will have been driven hard also , again be careful with what you buy. Parts won't be a problem in terms of getting them but will be expensive since they will often have to be shipped from Japan since not many places will carry them in Australia. S im also considering a soarer 2.

    I have read that GPX manuals do the sprint in around 8 seconds. Integra Type R doesnt even get into the 6's based on manufacturers claim. To get into low 6s for a 2. I have my FTO Mivec for more then 5 years already I think these mechanic in australia havent got a clue about the FTO. How do you find the side windows? I feel claustrophobic sitting in one as the Windows are quite small. I think its alright, not the fasted, but still decent.

    Mitsubishi fto problems

    Shes 21, and only got theft and 3rd party. I've had my black GPX for 2 years, outside of assholes hitting it, it's been my pride and joy. I loved my decision. There are ther cars, that can be bought for cheaper that are quicker, but if you want something unique, with a bit of zip, how can ya go wrong? Plus a DC2r ; is widely regarded to be around 7sec and you'd be trying awfully hard if you say an FTO is a quicker car.

    I also notice that American magazines often quote quicker figures than you see here in Australian mags. FTO what a pox car those things are a moving blind spot Visibility out of those things is very poor Archive View Return to standard view.

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