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A real Reliable car that I Owned
by jstrong5 from Chicago, IL | September 16, 2009
I've had the Mitsubishi Diamante 1997 ES about 3 years in when i get the car it had about 99,700 miles now the car have 118,245 in its running like the day i 1st get it one thing i must say is that i change the oil every 3000 miles but other then oil in breaks i have not had to replace anything the car strats right up don't never had a problem in chicago's winter this is a car that reliadle.The car i had befor this one was the diamante 1995 in i love it so much in it might have been running to this day if someone had not put sugar in the gas tank.
well just wonted to put why i love my mante that's my nickname for my Mitsubishi Diamante 1997 ES.