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Mitsubishi Grandis (2004 - 2010)

5
reviewed by Anonymous on 30 December 2018
5
reviewed by kucgaan on 9 September 2017
5
reviewed by kucgaan on 9 September 2017
5

Classic 2.4 Petrol

reviewed by Captain-Cretin on 1 August 2017
5
Overall rating
5
How it drives
3
Fuel economy
3
Tax/Insurance/Warranty costs
5
Cost of maintenance and repairs
1
Experience at the dealership
5
How practical it is
5
How you rate the manufacturer
5
Overall reliability

Reliable isnt a strong enough word to describe how reliable it has been.

I have owned this car for most of its life; it is comfortable to drive, even for a monster giant like me, handles well, and is versatile enough to do everything I have asked of it.

After 8 years it developed its first fault, the "L" fell off on the word "Classic" on the drivers door; other than that, not even a light bulb has gone wrong.

I must admit I was worried about the seat material when I first bought it; I thought it wouldnt last, but it looks as good today as the day I first sat in it.

The only two downsides to ownership are the dealers, both the local(ish) dealers have tried it on; and economy; 28-30mpg is my average, and 36mpg a rare beast that has only appeared on a few gentle cross-country runs.

It is a great long distance cruiser; 900 miles to the Alps was a breeze, even loaded with family and ski gear; and when we reached our overnight stop, I wanted to to just keep going.

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4
reviewed by mare on 21 May 2010

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Price£16,637–£23,449
Road TaxI–K
MPG30.1–42.8 mpg
Real MPG90.9%

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