1995 Mitsubishi 3000GT Twin Turbo VR-4 Excellent condition. Less than 88K miles!


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Tucson, Arizona, United States

Features and Specifications

Make: Mitsubishi
Model: 3000GT
Type: Hatchback
Trim: VR-4
Year: 1995
Mileage: 87,847
VIN: JA3AN74K4SY003187
Color: Green
Engine: Twin Turbo V-6
Cylinders: 6
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: AWD
Interior color: Gray
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clear

1995 Mitsubishi 3000GT VR-4

Sadly, I have to part with my 1995 Mitsubishi 3000 GR VR-4 which I have owned for more than 20 years. I am the second owner. This is my second VR-4; the first one was a 1991 which I owned for 4 years, so I’m close to a 25 year VR-4 owner. I think they’re one of the best cars I’ve ever owned. 320hp; twin turbo; all-wheel drive; and all wheel steering. Fantastic performance! Just under 88,000 miles which is less than 4,000 miles per year. 6 CD changer. So why am I selling it? Good question. Simple answer: I’m moving from a house with 9 garage spaces into a house with a 3-car garage, and I will just not have a car sit outside. This car has been garaged ever since I’ve owned it, which is why it’s in excellent condition. I loved my 1991, but there are a few differences between my ’91 and my ’95 that made it worth moving up. Starting in 1994, there were a few changes that were significant and I wanted all of them. First, the horsepower was moved up from 300hp to 320hp; second, the car was upgraded from a 5-speed transmission to a 6-speed transmission; third a sunroof was added; and fourth, the new model came with chrome wheels. So, if you’re looking for a VR-4, I’d recommend getting a 1994 or newer. This car has never been modified. Nothing against a good modification, but when you buy a modified car, you don’t really know if you’re getting a car with a good modification or not. This car has been well cared for. If you run a CarFax, you’ll see one accident which was, sadly, when I hit a deer. Fortunately, (for me, at least), it was a small deer and went over the top of the car, otherwise, I might not be here. That was four years ago; there is no evidence of the accident, even when I drive at, shall we say, highway speeds, which is all I’ll admit to. If I drive the car like a little old lady, I can actually get 30 mpg. However, that’s not why I bought the car, so I’ve only done that once just to prove it could be done. On the other end of the spectrum, I’ve never take it to the red line, either. There’s never been a need to. When you need the turbos, they’re right there just about 100 rpm above the speed at which you’re driving. I have all the records for the past 20 years. The car has had full synthetic oil in it the entire time. There is a worn spot on the driver’s seat. See the picture. Otherwise, the interior is in excellent shape. Overall, I think the car is probably an 8 out of 10. Keep in mind that the car is 23 years old. I think it’s as nice a ’95 as you can find anywhere in the country, especially if you’re looking for one that hasn’t been modified. Now for the stuff that only applies to about 5% of the bidders out there: If you have less than 90% positive feedback or fewer than 10 positive feedbacks, contact me before bidding. Also, the reason I have such a high starting bid is simple: If you watch Ebay car sales, you’ll see that there are a lot of “bottom feeders” out there. They’ll bid a lot during the early stages of the bidding trying to steal a car, but when the bidding gets to about half of what the car is worth, they’re never heard from again. I’m just weeding them out for those of you who are really serious about owning a car like this.
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