Review: Mitsubishi Sigma (1991 – 1996)


The smooth, strong V6 engines sound wonderful.

The complex 202bhp 24-valve V6 is too risky as a used buy. Some parts tricky to obtain. Repairs could cost more than the car is worth.

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1 January 1991 mitsubishi Sigma launched in the UK

Two cars: Japanese-built high-tech 202 bhp 24-valve 3.0 litre V6 'executive' saloon or Australian-built 168 bhp 12-valve 3.0 litre V6 estate, which came later in Feb '93. Both front-wheel-drive,... Read more

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Do you think we now own the last Mitsubishi Sigma in the UK?

We still own an automatic, MoT'd Mitsubishi Sigma estate, registered in 1995. Do you think we now have the last one on the UK roads?
While there's no doubt that the Mitsubishi Sigma is one of those cars you just don't see any more, there are still a few left - about 20 on the roads, according to our records. With another 50 or so declared 'off road'.
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