Please forward this error screen to multi split mitsubishi pdf. This article needs additional citations for verification. The Starion is one of the first modern Japanese turbocharged performance automobiles with electronic fuel injection.

The Starion was marketed in the US under Mitsubishi as the Starion and badge engineered variants of were marketed as the Dodge, Plymouth and Chrysler Conquest. In the UK it was sold as the Colt Starion. Japanese exterior dimension regulations taxing larger vehicles and engine displacement exceeding 2000cc. Only the narrowbody was offered through the 1985. The introduction of the widebody also split the car into two ranges: one a non-intercooled lower horsepower car using the narrow body style and a high-performance intercooled widebody. In most markets, widebody cars were given the label of Starion ESI-r or Conquest TSi.

Markets that never received the widebody had the ESI-r label, these cars had similar performance as the widebodies. Widebody cars were offered in 1986-1989 model years in the US. Mitsubishi says “Starion” is a contraction of “Star of Orion” — and refers to both a star and the mythical horse, Arion. Several sources attribute the name to struggles by Japanese engineers to pronounce the word stallion.

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Marketing material from 1982 somewhat confirms the official explanation. The name STARION — derived from the combination of star and Arion, Hercules’ horse in Greek mythology — symbolizes a sense of the universe, and of power and high performance. The Starion uses a traditional front-mounted engine with rear-wheel drive layout. American customers received the larger SOHC Astron G54B 2.

Most markets received the SOHC 2. 8-valve or 12-valve head was used. A naturally aspirated version known as the GX was offered in the Japanese market, with production ending in 1983. The Starion GX was offered without power windows, air conditioning, independent rear suspension, fuel injection or power-assisted steering.

2 with rear seats unsuitable for large adults. The front seats were adjustable for lumbar, angle, knee support, position and featured variable-angle side-braces. Front seat belts were located in the doors for the driver and front passenger. 1987 and later American models featured electrically operated seat belts. Newer models also featured power windows that remained powered up to 30 seconds after the engine was turned off.

A five-speed manual transmission was standard in most models, however, an automatic transmission was sold as an option in some markets. Later upgrades to the model included an intercooler, five-lug wheels replacing the four-bolt wheels it had shared with the rear wheel drive Mitsubishi Galant Lambda, rear power train changes from four- to six-bolt axles, various fuel management upgrades and upgrades to the transmission. Towards the end of the models US run a widebody could be bought with a “Sports Handling Package” or SHP. The SHP was only offered during the ’88 and ’89 model years.