Mitsubishi’s contender within the all-important city car class is all-new for 2004. Colt was previously a size bigger, but Mitsubishi has decided how the time is right to maneuver down to the so-called B segment.
This at any given time when all other B-Class cars appear to be getting bigger. Colt is really a cleanly-styled car provided with three petrol (1.1, 1.3 or 1.6) and one diesel (1.5) engines, and for the very first time the option of a six speed automatic sequential transmission.
A higher level of standard equipment along with a suspension system that’s been specifically tailored for the European market must ensure that the brand new Colt is warmly received.