Mitsubishi Sigma Engine
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Chrysler Australia manufactured Chrysler Sigma from 1977. However, after the company was taken over by Mitsubishi Motors Australia, this car was renamed Mitsubishi Sigma. It was available as a two door coupe, 4 door sedan and as a five door station wagon. It was available with a 1.6 liter 4 cylinder inline engine or 2.6 liter 4 cylinder inline engines. There were 2.0 liter and 1.85 liters naturally aspirated engines as well as a 2 liter turbocharged engine.
All the engines available with Mitsubishi Sigma were gasoline engines. Used Sigma engines could be bought in case you want one as they are available at our online stores. The basic sigma was the GE and GL was the mid-range type vehicle. The SE was the top of the line car that came with reclining rear seats which was new to the Australian market at that time.
An improved Mitsubishi Sigma was available in May 1980. The engines and transmissions of this new car were the same. But the 1.85 liter version was scrapped. There was a GLX version between the basic GE and the refined SE models.
Second generation Mitsubishi Sigma cars were available in Japan in March 1982. Toyota Corona and Ford Cortina 4 were its competitors. Though the new version of cars had the same type of engines as their predecessors, they were more powerful. There was also a sports model that had 2.0 liter or a 2.6 liter engine.
In 1983, the Sigma Super saloon was introduced. It was placed above the SE trim as it has a lot of luxuries such as air conditioning, alloy wheels, power steering and many others. It had an Astron 2.6 liter 4 cylinder motor. In case you want to buy an 2.6 liter 4 cylinder inline engine for your old Sigma, you only need to go online and make a search.
In 1985, Sigma arrived with a new update but only the GL trim was offered. As Mitsubishi produced the front wheel driven Magna, Sigma was replaced with it. The new update however had a lot of improvements added to it, especially to its wagon version.