Beautiful 4WD 1993 Mitsubishi Delica 85k Miles JDM RHD
- Make: Mitsubishi
- Model: Delica
- Type: Standard Passenger Van
- Engine size:4G64MPI (2.4L Inline 4-cylinder OHC)
- Number of cylinders:4
- Power options:Air Conditioning, Power Locks, Power Windows
- Drive type: 4WD
- Interior color: Gray
- Drive side: Right-hand drive
- Options: 4-Wheel Drive
- Vehicle Title: Clean Want to buy? Contact seller!
1993 Mitsubishi Delica
Javan Imports, LLC (ODL 0666)
Winter is coming. You can go to the mountain in a shiny new cramped Subaru like everyone else or you can experience awesome every time you get in the right-side driver's door.
The average price of a new car in the USA is now $34,000. For less than half of that you can have a 4WD 8-seater that looks like it rolled off a SF movie set. Choose a car that is unique and stylish, yet practical.
Date of Manufacture: August, 1993
Mileage: 94,549 miles (152,499 km)
Engine: 4G64MPI (Gasoline, 2.4L Inline 4-cylinder OHC)
Seats: 8 (Middle row is reversible or middle and rear seats lay flat for sleeping)
Just prior to being shipped from Japan, this van underwent a full inspection by one of our favorite Japanese mechanics. An English translation of the inspection report is ready upon request.
The followingwas completed this summer in Japan before it was shipped:
-Replaced timing belt
-Replaced balancer belt
-Replaced balancer tension bearings
-Replaced power steering belt
-Replaced fan belt
-Replaced A/C belt
-Cleaned spark plugs
-Brake adjustment (Brake pads front 8.0, rear 4.5)
-Undercarriage cleaning and treatment
-We are almost finished installing a new Pioneer Bluetooth touch screendeck.
-The Overdrive's "O/D off" light comes on when the "O/D off" button is pressed but it doesn't downshift (doesn't affect drivability but we would like everything working well when we hand it off).
-Rattle sound in right corner of the dash at speeds over 45mph (still searching for the culprit).
-Rear seating heater fan isn't working.
This Delica is in great condition. Don't miss your chance to get a well-maintained one before Japan runs out...forever.