2003 Mitsubishi Galant Worth – $556-$4,148 | Edmunds.
Mitsubishi Galant reliability rating is 4.5 out of 5.0 which ranks 2nd out of 24 for mid-size cars. The average annual repair cost is $448, which means the cost of ownership is excellent.
Had this vehicle and never had any transmission or engine work and has lasted over 282,000 miles with no problems. Wish Mitsubishi would make an actual version of the Galant. Rating distribution (out of 5): Comfort 5.0.
All Galants are equipped with a four-speed automatic transmission. Four-cylinder models have rear drum brakes, while V6 Gallants get all-wheel discs. Anti-lock braking system (ABS) is standard on LS and GTZ.
The 2012 Mitsubishi Galant comes standard with stability control, anti-lock brakes, front side airbags and side airbags. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gave the Galant top marks of “Good” in the frontal offset and side impact tests and second best of “Acceptable” in the roof strength test.
Only one engine is available for the Galant: a 2.4-litre four-cylinder. This engine produces 160 hp, which test drivers say is fine for the daily commute to work or school. The Galant has an antiquated four-speed automatic transmission, while most mid-size cars have switched to five- or six-speed automatics.
The Sedan 4D ES trim level has a 17.7 gallon gas tank, while the 2003 Mitsubishi Galant 4 Cyl. Sedan 4D DE trim has a 16.3 gallon gas tank.
The Galant was discontinued in 2012.
The sixth generation Mitsubishi Galant was a surprising upgrade over its predecessor and became a true sports sedan, especially after receiving some AMG treatments.
The Mitsubishi Galant is an automobile that was produced by the Japanese manufacturer Mitsubishi from 1969 to 2012. The model name derives from the French word galant, which means “chivalrous”. There were nine different generations with cumulative total sales in excess of five million units.
Economy Sedan I think.