Mitsubishi Diamante – car upper-medium class produced by the Japanese company Mitsubishi, 1990-2005. In the European market model called Sigma and was offered from 1991 to 1996. Available as a 4-door sedan or 5-door station wagon (only I Generation), which was presented in 1993. Used to drive the engines V6 only (from 2.0 to 3.0 l). Power was transferred to the front axle or (optional AWD) via a 4-speed gearbox automatic or 5-speed manual. There were two generations of this model.
The large saloon Sigma, called in Japan and the USA Diamante, was the most luxurious Mitsubishi offered in Europe. The vehicle was offered in the classic saloon as well as an extensive combo also known as SW (station wagon). The car was very well-equipped, and available only with V6 engines of his own design, placed transversely in the engine compartment and the front driver or Japanese versions of all four wheels.
The smallest of the units had 6 cylinders in clevis, volume 2,0 l Power 125hp (92 kW) and has been used in the Japanese versions of the vehicle. In Europe, the car was powered by a V6 engine with a capacity of 3.0 lo powers 177HP respectively (12V) and 205hp (24V) (129 kW and 151 kW) and sold under the name Mitsubishi Sigma. In the highest and best version of the standard equipment belonged automatic transmission, all-wheel drive system and the ECS ( Electronic Control Suspension – Active electronic suspension control) 4WS (four wheel steer)
Diamante I comb
’04 Diamante (USA)