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Mitsubishi mighty max

cruiser32cruiser32 Member Posts: 2
edited March 2014 in Mitsubishi
I am thinking about purchasing a '91 mighty ax 4x4 for 3500.00 It has 120,000 miles and is pretty clean. I would like to know if this is a good truck, past on others experience. I know nothing about trucks. My mechanic said it was in good shape. How does the mighty max normally hold up? Thanks


  • pocahontaspocahontas Member Posts: 802
    I've seen your post sitting here since yesterday. If you don't get a response here soon, you may want to try posting in one of our other (more active) general pickup discussions. To start, here's Truck Stop, pickups discussion. Use your copy/paste so you don't have to re-write your message.

    Also, through Edmunds' safety information, you'll find a direct link to the nhtsa website where you can check for recalls, tsb's, and consumer complaints on the Mighty Max.

    Good luck and keep us posted. ;-)



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  • toyrotatoyrota Member Posts: 66
    The old mitsubishi might max is a fine truck. Back in the "good old days" (late 80's/early 90's) there were several "mini" pickups to choose from here in America. The Mitsu was a clone of the Dodge Ram (I think they called it a D-50?). Anyway, there was Mitsu, Isuzu, and Toyota. All three were fine trucks. I own an Isuzu, a 1991, NEVER had any problems with it. It now has 135000 miles. Original everything. Many of the design features of the Mitsu were very similar to the Isuzu. The Isuzu has truly been "bullet-proof", and I bet the Mitsu is the same. Can't speak for the 4WD, however.
  • bcarter3bcarter3 Member Posts: 145
    Although I just purchased a new Dakota I still rely on my 89 Mitsubishi for my daily 60 mile round trip to work. It has just over 190,000 and the 2.0 liter engine has never been "opened". Mitsubishi quit selling the Mighty Max in the U.S. in 1992 due to slow sales. It has been very dependable since I purchased it new.
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