With the exit of the Nissan 300ZX and Mazda RX-7 from these shores and the growth of sport-utility vehicles, one could logically argue that the sports coupe market is dead. Don't tell Mitsubishi. Its 3000GT coupe outsold opponents last year, and in order to keep that momentum this year it brought out a high-value model with a 161-horsepower engine, standard 16-inch alloy wheels, large ... Read full review for the 1997 Mitsubishi 3000 GT
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I've had a base model for over a year now and it is amazing. The power is acceptable but can be so much more if you want to go for that. The engine sounds aggressive when it revs up good. there are pa... Read Full Review
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