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Mitsubishi Savrin

Mitsubishi Savrin
Overview
Manufacturer Mitsubishi Motors
Production 2001–2014
Assembly China Motor Corporation, Taiwan
Body and chassis
Class Minivan
Body style 5-door and 7-seat minivan
Powertrain
Engine 1997 cc I4
2378 cc I4 MIVEC
Transmission INVECS-II 4-speed semi auto
Dimensions
Wheelbase 2,780 mm (109.4 in)
Length 4,700 mm (185.0 in)
Width 1,780 mm (70.1 in)
Height 1,690 mm (66.5 in)
Chronology
Predecessor Mitsubishi Chariot Grandis

The Mitsubishi Savrin is a minivan produced and sold in Taiwan by Japanese automaker Mitsubishi Motors. The first generation was a locally assembled badge-engineered Chariot Grandis, while the second generation, introduced in June 2004,[1] is based on a heavily revised Grandis platform.[2]

Annual production and sales

Year Production Sales
2001 3,191 1,574
2002 17,267 18,395
2003 22,637 21,506
2004 17,576 16,325
2005 13,507 13,018
2006 5,660 6,677
2007 3,663 3,870

(source: Facts & Figures 2005, Facts & Figures 2008, Mitsubishi Motors website)

References

  1. ^ "About CMC", China-Motor.com.tw
  2. ^ "MMC and CMC of Taiwan sign MOU on future joint business in Mainland China", Mitsubishi Motors press release, December 28, 2004

External links

  • Mitsubishi Savrin, CMC website
  • Mitsubishi Savrin specifications, CMC website
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