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Mitsubishi

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tyre sizes by car Mitsubishi 3000GT
  • Coupe I
tyre sizes by car Mitsubishi ASX
  • SUV I
  • SUV I FL
tyre sizes by car Mitsubishi Carisma
  • Hatchback I
  • Hatchback I FL
  • Sedan I
  • Sedan I FL
tyre sizes by car Mitsubishi Colt
  • Cabrio VI
  • Hatchback IV
  • Hatchback V
  • Hatchback VI
  • Hatchback 3 door VII
  • Hatchback 5 door VII
tyre sizes by car Mitsubishi Eclipse
  • Coupe I
  • Coupe II
  • Coupe III
  • Coupe IV
  • Spyder II
  • Spyder III
  • Spyder IV
tyre sizes by car Mitsubishi Galant
  • 4/5-door V
  • 4/5-door VI
  • Estate VI
tyre sizes by car Mitsubishi Grandis
  • Van I
tyre sizes by car Mitsubishi i-MiEV
  • Hatchback I
tyre sizes by car Mitsubishi L200
  • Pick-Up II
  • Pick-Up III
  • Pick-Up V
tyre sizes by car Mitsubishi Lancer
  • 4/5-door VI
  • 4/5-door VII
  • 4/5-door VIII
  • Estate VII
  • Evolution IX
  • Evolution VIII
  • Evolution X
tyre sizes by car Mitsubishi Outlander
  • SUV I
  • SUV II
  • SUV III
  • SUV III FL
tyre sizes by car Mitsubishi Pajero
  • Pinin 2door III
  • Pinin 4door III
  • Sport III
  • SUV II
  • SUV III
  • SUV IV
tyre sizes by car Mitsubishi Sigma
  • Estate I
  • Sedan I
tyre sizes by car Mitsubishi Space Gear
  • Van II
tyre sizes by car Mitsubishi Space Runner
  • Van I
  • Van II
tyre sizes by car Mitsubishi Space Star
  • Hatchback II
  • Hatchback II FL
  • Van I
tyre sizes by car Mitsubishi Space Wagon
  • Van II
  • Van III

Mitsubishi

Beginning. The company was founded in 1870 and engaged in transport services. Conglomerate includes many independent businesses, including, among others companies in the steel industry, aeronautics, armaments, and even banking. In Poland, the most famous is the Mitsubishi Motors (automotive industry), who separated in 1970. The first car left the factory in 1917 and was constructed in the same way as the famous Ford T. However, in 1920, ceased its production.

Development. In 1997, sales rapidly collapsed due to the Asian crisis. Then cover-up scandals, which contributed to the deterioration of the image of the brand. Mitsubishi acquisition by Daimler-Chrysler in 2001, also did not improve the situation. Improved it as a sale of the Colt in Europe (since 2004) and Outlander in Japan (2005), as well as cooperation with the French PSA.

Today. In 2007, the company employed 35 thousand. employees. In the same year produced more than 1.4 million cars. In 2010, net profit was 78 million dollars.

Contribution to the automotive industry. In 1995, Mitsubishi introduced a series production engine with direct fuel injection into the combustion chamber (in the determination of: GDI). No one in advance of the Japanese company has not decided on such a large scale operation. Engineers calculated that the GDI engine uses 20 percent. less fuel and is stronger by 10 percent. in comparison to the engine of a conventional design. In their view, the engine with direct fuel injection into the combustion chamber combines the advantages of gasoline and diesel. With these first takes plenty of power, with the second - low fuel consumption and high torque. In a nutshell, you can explain that GDI engine operates in two different modes. In the first of them - lean - lean burn. In the second - at speeds over 120 km / h - it has more power, but it burns more fuel. Another very well-known in the world of automotive Mitsubishi success was the introduction in 1992, the market model of Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution. Lancer Evo, due to its uncommon performance and outstanding driving dynamics quickly became an object of worship, lived in a number of renewals edition (now, in 2010, we have X Mitsubishi Lancer EVO edition) and masterfully used in rallies.

Several popular models of Mitsubishi Adventure, Challenger, Colt, Eclipse, Galant, Jolie, L100, L200, L300, Lancer, Lancer Evolution, Outlander, Pajero, Space Gear, Space Wagon.

Equipped with Mitsubishi cars included, among others Bridgestone brand tires. Talking about models Bridgestone ER30 in size 195/60 R15 (Mitsubishi Lancer), Bridgestone RE050 A in size 235/45 R17 (Lancer), Bridgestone D840 EZ (Pajero) D684 ADZ (Outlander), D840 Z (Triton) and D840 LZ ( Pajero). Models Lancer / Mirage and Lancer can also have the equipment Dunlop tires. Accordingly Dunlop SP 20 FE and SP Sport 4000. Model Lancer EVO X ships with Yokohama Advan A13 tires in size 245/40 R18. Mitsubishi Lancer EX GT / GTA has Yokohama Advan A10 tires in size 215/45 R18. The Lancer MX models, GLS, GLX, GSR has Yokohama S306 tires in size 195/55 R15. Mitsubishi Outlander models: Yokohama G035, Mitsubishi Pajero - Yokohama Tire G902 or G039.