1993 Mitsubishi Debonair
1993 Mitsubishi Debonair specs
Powered by the KE64 1991cc straight-6 engine with twin carburettors and dual exhausts, it developed 105PS (104hp/ 77kW) at 5,000rpm, and had a maximum speed of 155kilometres per hour (96mph). During the 1970s, the Saturn 6 1994cc straight-6 engine was adopted, boosting power to 132PS (130hp/ 97kW) and giving the car a top speed of 180kilometres per hour (112mph). Although it received several minor redesigns (denoted I through IV in Roman numerals), the vehicle proved popular enough in the executive market to remain in production for 22 years without major modifications.
In 1986 the Debonair adopted a front-wheel drive format, in order to accommodate an increase in interior space. It also came with Mitsubishi's first V6 engines, the 6G71 2.0L and the 6G72 3.0L. A supercharged version of the smaller engine was added to the line-up in 1987, using the world's first needle roller rocker arm assembly. This generation, and its successor, were also sold as the Hyundai Grandeur.
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