2000 TJ MITSUBISHI MAGNA SPORTS 6G74 LAKESIDE PARK QLD - Track Racing - Inside View
Short video from outside the car available here http://youtu.be/fuKego2VqtI
TJ Mitsubishi Magna Sports 6G74 5 speed Triptronic Auto at Lakeside Park
QLD Practice day 9/9/2011 - The In Car video from BULLS-I ETK-B2000 crash
cam. This was my everyday drive car. It was the only time I had taken the
auto magna out on the track. The car is stock mechanically but had some
minor suspension, and brake upgrades (lowered king springs with boge
shocks, larger dual pot front calipers and rotors) It was running in full
automatic mode with 215/45/17 slicks on evo 9 alloys. The Beep Beep is my
speed alarm going off set @ 110kph
1997 Mitsubishi Verada Start, Tour and Test Drive
Here is my 1997 Mitsubishi Verada Xi 3.5 litre V6 SOHC.
luxury model with all options, leather interior, woodgrain etc!
This vehicle shows excellent build quality, smoothness and refinement as
well as responsive performance at a good price! Car has 230,000km on
original enigne/gearbox. Has a few defects but they will be sorted.
How To Change A Mitsubishi Magna Center Console Radio Change
How To Change A Mitsubishi Magna Center Console. This video is showing how
i opened my third generation magna dash center console. The car is a 2000
Mitsubishi Magna TJ Solara. If you have any questions please feel free to
email me. Also please feel free to join the Aussie Magna forums :)
Mitsubishi Motors Australia Tonsley Park Closure 2008
Channel 9 Adelaide news report on the closure of the Mitsubishi Motors
Australia Tonsley Park manufacturing plant in February 2008.
Founded in 1964 by Chrysler Australia Ltd, Tonsley Park was best known for
producing such cars as the Valiant, Galant and Sigma before being sold to
Mitsubishi Motors Corporation in 1980, along with the Lonsdale Engine
Manufacturing Complex, to form Mitsubishi Motors Australia Ltd. Over the
next 28 years Mitsubishi would produce the Mitsubishi Colt, Sigma, Magna,
Verada and 380 on the Tonsley Park assembly lines.
After a nervous wait that lasted for several years, Mitsubishi Motors
Australia announced the imminent closure of the Tonsley Park Assembly Plant
on February 5th 2008. Tonsley Park was officially shut down at the end of
operations on March 31st 2008, ceasing production of the Mitsubishi 380
sedan and ending 44 years of vehicle manufacturing at Tonsley Park.
The plants at both Lonsdale and Tonsley Park, along with the cars they
produced, are credited with a number of major contributions to the
Australian automotive industry including, but not limited to:
- First Wide-Body Medium/Large Sedan
- First Australian-made car with an Independent (Multi-Link) Rear
- First Australian-made car for export to the USA
- First Australian-made car to feature ABS with EBD
- First Australian-made car to feature a Tiptronic 4-speed Transmission
- First Australian-made car to feature a 5-speed Automatic Transmission
- First Australian-made All-Wheel-Drive car
Mitsubishi Motors Australia Ltd continues to operate solely as an importer
of vehicles and continues to provide service and support for all Mitsubishi
cars through its nationwide dealer network. As of October 2010, Mitsubishi
Motors Australia Ltd continues to operate its corporate head offices and
spare parts centres from the South Road, Tonsley Park site.
Mitsubishi Press Conference - Geneva 2015
See the Mitsubishi Motors press conference from Geneva 2015 in full,
including the European unveiling of the new L200 and the global premier of
the XR-PHEV II concept car.