Mitsubishi Diamante alternatives
Latest model: Mitsubishi Diamante 2004
Mitsubishi's main sedan deserves a major freshening for 2004, including an all-new fascia and grille that emphasizes the Mitsubishi Diamante's upscale character. Inside, the Mitsubishi Diamante's center control panel, including stereo and climate control controls, were also refactored to enhance ergonomics and ease-of-use. The base-level ES deserves new luxury material, and a four-speed Sportronic(tm) transmission is now traditional equipment on the LS and VR-X trim lines.
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With the 2004 Mitsubishi Diamante, Mitsubishi continues to answer the call for an affordably priced, stylish near-luxury sedan that provides consumers a multitude of features, impressive road manners and a price tag that's well below what people might expect.
The Mitsubishi Diamante is our main sedan, product luxury and sophistication in a value-rich suite a step above the mid-sized sedan segment, explained Finbarr O'neill, co-chairman and chief executive officer of Mitsubishi Motors North America, Inc. (MMNA). Diamante drivers are especially loyal to the Mitsubishi make and value the car's performance, look-and-feel and affordability. For 2004, Mitsubishi Diamante deserves layout flourishes inside and out that add to this car's luxury appeal.
This front-wheel-drive, 4-door sedan retains all the luxury features that make the Mitsubishi Diamante a jewel in the class, while adding some aggressive look look-and-feel cues common to performance vehicles. The Vr-x's look adds a decklid spoiler, color-key body side trim, original headlamps and tail lamps.