1993 Mitsubishi 3000 GT
1993 Mitsubishi 3000 GT
-5 Speed Manual Transmission
-Red Over Black Interior
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“A car with electronics this advanced wouldn't be out of place in 2016.” – Road & Track, January 2016
In the area of on-board electronics and technology, the Mitsubishi 3000 GT was well ahead of its time. The 1993 example offered here shows that, with proper owner care, these sports cars really do stand the test of time.
The car's exterior red paint retains its factory shine, and the body panels are free of damage. Seen from the front, the aero design with pop-up headlights offers a true sports car look; at the rear, the integrated deck spoiler and quad exhaust exits do the same. The Carfax report (link available at the GarageKeptMotors site) verifies its accident-free history, and its 76,000 miles, a very conservative 4,500 miles per-year on average. Lighting lenses and cabin glass are free of damage or cracks. The car's 5-spoke, 16-inch wheels (mounted with Goodyear sport all-season tires) are free of curb rash.
Inside, the black-and-gray palette is highlighted by black sport bucket seats with gray cloth inserts, and a matching design on the fold-down rear seats. The same trim is echoed on the door inserts which, with the door (step-over) sills below, retain a factory-fresh appearance. The dashboard features large, easily readable analog gauges facing the driver, with auxiliary instruments in the dash center, angled toward the driver. The steering wheel contains an airbag, a new feature at the time. The original audio system with equalizer is retained in the factory position. The shifter for the 5-speed Getrag manual transmission is mounted on the console, forward of a generous storage compartment/armrest. All systems—including air conditioning—function as they should. Charcoal carpeting covers the cabin flooring and extends into the generous cargo area beneath the rear hatch.
Under the hood, power comes from a naturally-aspirated 2.8-liter V6 paired to the 5-speed manual transmission. This naturally-aspirated V6 was rated at 222 horsepower at 6,000 rpm and 201 lb-ft of torque at 4,500 rpm when new. The engine bay is especially clean and well-ordered, yet another indication of the care given the car since new. In similar fashion, when viewed from below, the car's chassis is free of any sign of damage from too-aggressive driving. Only light surface rust on some untreated metal surfaces is noted.
While the more than 125 high-definition photographs of this 3000 GT, taken from every angle, including from underneath, faithfully represent its excellent, well-maintained condition, this vehicle deserves to be inspected up-close. For that reason, we encourage in-person visits to our Grand Rapids, Michigan showroom. We ask only that an advance appointment be arranged by phone or email. Our showroom is not open to the public, so your appointment helps ensure you have our full attention during your visit.
The Mitsubishi 3000 GT is becoming an increasingly rare sight on the road, and, especially in red, it still turns heads. The key is finding one with low miles and proper care over the years. Look no further.