Mitsubishi Challenger @ ExplorOz Forum

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Hey there,

I own a 2002 challenger and it. The reving is not to bad at all let alone off road, and as for consumption off road, it’s lot then the 4.8ltr and 4.5ltre in the models. I’ve found consumption to be extremely economical in off road included, but I would to work out the exact figures for you and get

As for beach, sand hills and mud, no problem, as with vehicle right tyre and go for it, no problem. I know mine up the sand, and with the 2000 models, coil suspension all great for hills. The 3ltre engine is a definate proven, performer.

As for the deals around, definalty get a after 2000, as they LSD standard. There weight to ratio is what makes such a great versatile I’ve taken mine to a few times, no problem at all, in had to tow some of the lerger vehicles out of the soft sand. Changed a few optinions on that trip.

are having a run out sale at the moment for the models about $35k great value. I also in 4WD Monthly that they Mitsubishi was removing this at the end of this year, however some insider information is incorrect. They are bringing out a model definaltly at this but removing the 3 5 door Pajero

They have also me that they depending on sales are like in this year by 2005 they are at adding a 3ltr TD in the Challenger, and the petrol. But not untill 2005. I in Brisbane if your interested in mine, if it will give you a idea off what your

AnswerID: 40597 Submitted: Dec 18, 2003 at 23:21

replied: Hi There,

We bought a Challenger with 117k on the which had not been used at all for 4wd and it is

Comfortable to drive, tows our 4wd trailer like it is not there, in sand, not bad in mud (all terrain would improve this out of good clearance. and it feels

What high revving the motor is like any petrol 2000 revs in fourth 60ks per hr. but it pulls well 1000 revs and is quite There is plenty of power and 5 speed box it meets all demands we put upon it.

Fuel economy? I read on the the other day that one of the guys is 27 mpg out of a diesel disco. I get that out of the

my oil changes are fewer and I buy fuel on most occaisions. Those I can’t get diesel I guess not going to. Australia is a big place are plenty of other places to go.

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We driven across the Coorong deflating the tyres – are good in sand if you keep up the Goolwa beach is easy

We done the 4wd tracks at Arkaroola and she was no at all over rutted ascents of 45 degrees or fording small which had washed out where we had to remake the road by chucking in

On the highway she is a breeze and tows the superbly.

I’d rather a turbo diesel for better braking when towing the down brick walls; and about engine layout means I can’t work on it. And windows are convenient but I bet one day they’ll down in the bush. A bit lower low would be good too for rock

But apart from those $21000 has given us a good I have been very surprised. No vehicle is going to us everything in the one package

Ours has leaf springs are better for load carrying and anyway, but if you put the power on in the city a corner you do get schreechies, but at my age I don’t to be boy racer and anyway it is a 4wd not a sports

Considering the value for money I these beasts are damn

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