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Air Con refresh for just £10 @ Mitsubishi
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Found 5th Sep 2016Found 5th Sep 2016
Dealerships normally charge £50-70 so a tenner seems really good. Even states "We will even re-treat your vehicle free of charge should you experience any problems associated with… Read more
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I tried one of them cans, they were utter pants. Is getting it done at a garage any different?

Is it only for Mitsubishi vehicles or any make?

AndyRoyd

Woosh.



Who's head,mine or yours X)

Biggunspaul

You could try it but I don't think you will have much chance seeing they … You could try it but I don't think you will have much chance seeing they have a * where it says about ac coolant level ,and that it is an additional cost.


Woosh.

AndyRoyd

The webmaster for Donnelly Mitsi has quoted "recharge" in the image tags … The webmaster for Donnelly Mitsi has quoted "recharge" in the image tags on that page, although the page text says "refresh", hence the possibility of an argument if anyone attempts to obtain a recharge at £10.



You could try it but I don't think you will have much chance seeing they have a * where it says about ac coolant level ,and that it is an additional cost.
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New Mitsubishi CV1 Colt 0% VAT + 0% APR now starting from £6,995
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Found 5th Jan 2013Found 5th Jan 2013
Amazing little car, had my 2008 reg from new and only had one bulb go! Most reliable car I've ever owned and I had a Jazz before! Very low insurance, a great budget car which will … Read more

jasejames

I pass Oakley Mitsubishi (County Durham) every day on the way to work ... … I pass Oakley Mitsubishi (County Durham) every day on the way to work ... they've had 1.3 pre-reg Colts on sale for £6795 on and off for months.As I say, only a fool buys bottom of the range, and that goes especially for poverty-spec Fiestas.


I'm talking Fiesta Zetecs not Styles or Studios.
Strange how the cheapest pre reg 1.3 Colt on Oakleys site is almost £10k.
Sounds like you need your eyes testing.

I pass Oakley Mitsubishi (County Durham) every day on the way to work ... they've had 1.3 pre-reg Colts on sale for £6795 on and off for months.

As I say, only a fool buys bottom of the range, and that goes especially for poverty-spec Fiestas.

jasejames

Only a fool buys the bottom of the range model ... and BHP/ton isn't … Only a fool buys the bottom of the range model ... and BHP/ton isn't everything anyway -- the 107 runs out of legs very quickly.Yes, the 1.1 is underpowered, but it's only the bottom-end car. Pre-reg 1.3s are available at a lot of dealers for this price, and have been for some time. 1.3 is just getting to that point where the car can be used on the motorway without annoying everyone else.


This deal is for a new 1.1 not a nearly new 1.3.
Cheapest 1.3 62 plate pre reg I've seen is £8.5k which is getting on for nearly new Fiesta money.

oddballjamie

Strange comment, a 107 has more BHP per ton than a 1.1 Colt with almost … Strange comment, a 107 has more BHP per ton than a 1.1 Colt with almost the same torque and top speed figures. a Colt should technically be similar unless Mitsubishi have done magic with the gears.



Only a fool buys the bottom of the range model ... and BHP/ton isn't everything anyway -- the 107 runs out of legs very quickly.

Yes, the 1.1 is underpowered, but it's only the bottom-end car. Pre-reg 1.3s are available at a lot of dealers for this price, and have been for some time. 1.3 is just getting to that point where the car can be used on the motorway without annoying everyone else.

Good price for a new car but the Mitsubishi Colt is ancient in design. I test drove one years ago and it was ok but nothing special. However £6995 is hot for a new set of wheels. I think that you could spend a little bit more and get something 100 times better. Still hot from me.
New Mitsubishi Colt 0% VAT + 0% APR now starting from £7,875
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Found 21st Aug 2012Found 21st Aug 2012
Nothing else to say really. I am still looking for a new car from super mini range and almost decided to grab Fiesta when all of a sudden that offer came out. Pros: - It comes … Read more

umar

Sounds like sour grapes to me sir charles been driving 1.3 cleartec 60reg … Sounds like sour grapes to me sir charles been driving 1.3 cleartec 60reg no problems it was a demonstrator and on motorways goes nicely not notice any difference to 1.8 Nissan Tino I used to drive



Not sour grapes, we ended up dumping the franchise in favour of a better one. Ask anyone in the motor trade...the cars are frowned upon. Fact

Kopite211

Fair point, I guess it's a good deal for a new car as opposed to a car … Fair point, I guess it's a good deal for a new car as opposed to a car full stop.



I don't consider myself a new car buyer because of the perceived initial depreciation. However, my last 3 car purchases have been for new cars have been new because of the stonking deals on them.

Plus, if you are buying 'nearly new' to avoid the initial depreciation, don't forget that all cars depreciate, not just new ones. Therefore, buying new (if you can afford it), doesn't increase the overall cost of ownership as much as the headline numbers suggest. And like other reviewers have said, you get the assurance of the full warranty and knowledge of the car's full history.

rossysaurus

I got 2005 mitsubishi colt 3dr with the 3 cylinder 1.1 engine. It's nippy … I got 2005 mitsubishi colt 3dr with the 3 cylinder 1.1 engine. It's nippy but gets out of breath above 50. Only think i will say is with cheap tires it understeers horribly if your a bit enthusiastic, even on a small roundabout. With decent tires its a fun little car.



Are you American or just can't spell - or write a proper sentence?

I don't recall making a comparison, rather an illustration that "low" power isn't necessarily underpowered. Maybe you should start reading full-stop. I hear it helps to comprehend things
Edited by: "Witchfinder" 23rd Aug 2012

Witchfinder

No, I was merely illustrating that power to weight is what matters, not … No, I was merely illustrating that power to weight is what matters, not power alone.Here's another wiki article for you: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pedant



So in your nonsensical way two completely different cars weighing the same (kerb weight) but hugely different power outputs will do what exactly?

Maybe you should stop reading Wiki for a while, I hear it's mostly written by school kids.
48 hour test drive in Mitsubishi I-Miev Electric car.
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Found 7th Mar 2012Found 7th Mar 2012
Should save a lot of people 2 days petrol money, and a chance to see what an electric vehicle performs like.

I've gone for the Lancer instead!! Definitely more my thing!

lumoruk

you would probably find the multiple choice easier if you learnt English.



*learned

Will do

Muddyfunk

Nice one for the heads up....know what I'd prefer but going for both of … Nice one for the heads up....know what I'd prefer but going for both of them


Let me know how you get on. I couldn't find anywhere online about the Evo being advertised for the extended test drive

thatscheap

hmmmmmm......I see the Lancer Evolution X is also available on the … hmmmmmm......I see the Lancer Evolution X is also available on the extended test drive.interesting...



Nice one for the heads up....know what I'd prefer but going for both of them
Mitsubishi Lancer Juro Brand New Car with SatNav,reverse cam, leather seats, 2.0 Diesel £14,999.00
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where are you going to get a 2.0 diesel, Mitsubishi Hatchback with Satnav, reverse camera, leather seats and bluetooth, Brandnew for £14,999.00. Also 12Months 0% APR http://www.m… Read more

I bought one. No quidco though

Wongduk

Did i miss a Hotukdeal? i didnt get a hat with my one.... LOL



Didn't you know, everyone gets a free old man's hat.... well they all wear them, so I just assumed they came with the car! ;-)

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nihcaj

I was agreeing with everything you said, but as I got to the last line, I … I was agreeing with everything you said, but as I got to the last line, I have to say as the past owner of Volvos, including one from new which were OK if a little underwhelming, I am a LOT happier with my Mitsubishi!I didn't get a hat included when I bought a Volvo, so I never wore one while driving them, but I am certainly pleased to not have everyone trying to pull out in front of me now, unless I hook a caravan up! :-)



Did i miss a Hotukdeal? i didnt get a hat with my one.... LOL

Below average car, not great fuel economy for a diesel, well spec'd for the price i guess.

Not for me.

Besford

And now you can use all three lanes of the motorway instead of sitting in … And now you can use all three lanes of the motorway instead of sitting in the middle one all the way!



I always did, (well two of them - who in any modern car spends much time on the inside lane doing 45 with lumbering lorries?), but of course no-one expects you to do that when you drive a Volvo, so they do all sorts of ridiculous acrobatics to get out in front of you... well shot of them for that reason alone! The cars are OK, but unless you particularly WANT to be treated like a Volvo driver, then I don't recommend them! Oddly enough my current Lancer is far less powerful then my last Volvo, but no-one knows that!
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Free Chocolates from Mitsubishi
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Found 11th Nov 2009Found 11th Nov 2009
Simply download and print the entry form, take it with you to your local Mitsubishi dealer, ask your dealer to stamp it, then place it in an envelope and send it to: Mitsubishi Mot… Read more
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Bit long winded if you ask me.

Great freebiw if you happen to close so well done

I guess Pinkmelon should apologize for finding you guys a FREEBIE...sheesh!

wow, even if i had a dealer near me i dont think id bother.

Hot for me,
Free Disney BOLT DVD when you test drive a mitsubishi
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Found 6th Jun 2009Found 6th Jun 2009
I found this through the Times newspaper. Test drive a mitsy and get a BOLT DVD free. PLUS enter into a family holiday to Florida. I've picked the EVO for a giggle. ---------DVD ca… Read more
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the gf would love the dvd, me, the car!

great deal! heat added, shame you have to be 21 to test drive, shame in only 18

Vroooooom!

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correct, i ended up taking the outlander out but they said if i want to take the evo out i could as well. just that my local dealer is a ralliart dealer and i needed to re book for the evo experience. looking forward to it!!!:w00t::-D

Just read the small print, says excluding evo models :whistling: