Mitsubishi Lancer MX Limited Automatic (1991) Specifications

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1991 Mitsubishi Lancer MX Limited Automatic
Performance
Max Power 114.6 PS (113 bhp) (84.3 kW) @ 6000 rpm
Specific Output 75.5 bhp/litre1.24 bhp/cu in
Brake mean effective pressure 1134 kPa (164.5 psi)
Max Torque 135.0 Nm (100 ft·lb) (13.8 kg m) @ 5000 rpm
Specific Torque 90.24 Nm/litre
Redline
Power to weight 111.88 bhp/ton
Max Speed
0-50 mph (80 km/h)
0-60 mph
0-100 km/h
0-100 mph
80-120 km/h (50-70 mph) in top gear
Standing km
Chassis
Doors 4
Engine Location Front
Engine Alignment Transverse
Engine code 4G91
Aspiration Normal
Cylinders Inline 4
Engine Capacity 1.5 litre1496 cc (91.292 cu in) DOHC 4 valves per cylinder 16 valves in total
Bore and stroke 78.40 mm x77.50 mm 3.09 in x3.05 in
Compression Ratio 9.50:1
Engine Construction
Engine Lubrication
Engine Manufacturer Mitsubishi
Main crankshaft bearings
Compressor type N/A
Intercooler None
Catalytic converter Y
Bore/stroke ratio 1.01
Unitary capacity 374 cc per cylinder
Fuel System EFi
Gearbox 4 speed automatic
Drive Type Front wheel drive
Transmission Ratios: Top
Final Gear Ratio
Steering
Brakes Ventilated Disc /Drum
Brake size rear
Braked area
Suspension Independent Macpherson strut rear
Wheels rear
Tyres 17570 R 13 82Srear 17570 R 13 82S
Steering Wheel Turns (lock to lock)
Max Turning Circle
Drag Co-efficient
Frontal area Cx
Dimensions and Weight
Overall Length 4270 mm 168.1 in
Overall Width 1690 mm 66.5 in
Overall Height 1385 mm 54.5 in
Wheelbase 2500 mm 98.4 in
Weight distribution (front)
Track Front 1450 mm 57.1
Ground Clearance 150 mm 5.9 in
Kerb Weight 1010 kg 2227 lb
Equipment
Fluids and Capacities
Fuel Tank 50 litres11 UK Gal13.2 US Gal
Fuel Consumption Combined
C02 emissions
Coolant Water
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