Lancer Coupe Passenger VehiclesManufactured by Mitsubishi since the early 1990s, Lancer Coupe passenger vehicles have a reputation for being reliable, economical and compact two-door cars with a sporty look and style. Available in two petrol engine sizes, 1.5 and 1.8 litres, and with either manual or automatic transmissions, variations of Lancer Coupes released by Mitsubishi include the GLi, GLXi and MR. Standard features in Mitsubishi Lancer Coupes include sound systems, adjustable steering wheels, air conditioning, central locking, airbags and electric mirrors. Additional features with the newer releases of the GLXi and MR include alloy wheels, fog lights, power windows and rear spoilers. Mitsubishi Car and Truck Parts
Keep your vehicle maintained and in good condition with Mitsubishi car and truck parts. Mitsubishi Motors produces an extensive range of interior and exterior components for any repairs and restoration needed. These include all engine mechanical parts, gaskets, cables, gauges, exhausts and mufflers, brake parts, ignition systems, suspension and steering components, cooling systems, interior/exterior lights and indicators, electrical components and so on. Display the Mitsubishi brand and your model with pride with an assortment of decals, stickers, badges and replacement emblems. Protect your seats and interior surfaces with seat and steering wheel covers and floor and dashboard mats. Safety and security items available for Mitsubishi cars and trucks include replacement seatbelts, remote keys, airbags and alarms.Mitsubishi Car and Truck Tyre Accessories
Upkeep of your vehicle's tyres is essential for good performance and safe vehicle use—for you, your passengers and all others the road. Mitsubishi car and truck tyre accessories include wheel rims, nuts, bearings, hubcaps, wheel covers and valve stems. Use portable tyre pressure monitors and sensors to check your vehicle's tyres are inflated to the correct pressure for the type and size of tyre for your vehicle. Tread depth gauges will allow you to accurately measure and monitor your tyres for sufficient tread to be road-worthy. In case you are caught with a flat tyre, check you have a good spare and the right the tools to change your tyre, such as a tyre wrench and jack.