OverviewOverview  - Mitsubishi Carisma


Doors: The car Mitsubishi Carisma was made only in option with 5 doors.
Seats: The salon of the car has 5 seats.
Mitsubishi Carisma was issued with the following types of a body: hatchback (liftback) sedan.
The car Carisma (1995) have 1105 kg and this is the minimum weight among all modifications of Mitsubishi Carisma. The heaviest car in a production line of Mitsubishi Carisma, is the model Carisma 1.8 GDI Comfort Plus (2005) - its weight 1735 kg.
The smallest model is Carisma (1995) which length makes 4435 millimeters. The longest Mitsubishi Carisma is the model Carisma 1.9 DI-D Motion (2008), which length - the 4480 millimeters.
Mitsubishi Carisma was equipped by 5 options of engines. The smallest engine had volume in 1595 cubic centimeters and was established on model - Carisma (1997). The most powerful engine was established on models Carisma 1.9 D (1996), Carisma 1.9 DI-D Comfort Plus (2008), Carisma 1.9 DI-D Motion (2005) and Carisma 1.9 DI-D Motion (2008) and had volume in 1870 cubic centimeters.
The maximum speed of the Mitsubishi Carisma makes 200 kilometers per hour. You will see such information on a speedometer of such models as: Carisma (1995), Carisma 1.8 GDI Comfort Plus (2005) and Carisma 1.8 GDi Comfort Plus (2008).
The car Mitsubishi Carisma is equipped with only a manual transmission.

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