Mitsubishi Galant (2011) ReviewCars | September 10, 2010
The latest 2011 Mitsubishi Galant comes with an added set of feature options that gives good handling balance and riding capability. Although, many Mitsubishi enthusiasts are unhappy with its underpowered engine and outdated styling features, the machine uses cheap interior features and has very less storage space. The new 2011 Galant sees a host of new standard and optional features in the machine, the standard options include a new premium SE trim version that boosts of auto-dimming rearview mirror, power sunroof, programmable garage door opener, illuminated vanity mirrors and lots of other features. The new feature of the SE trim version includes leather upholstery and chrome beltline accents that increases its height by over half inches. The new 2011 Mitsubishi Galant is a European style sedan that was originally re-designed seven years ago, most of the cars sold in this segment are a four-cylinder engine machines.
The 2011 Mitsubishi Galant is a midsize sedan that is solely available in the ES and SE trim level options, the standard options that are equipped with ES trim version includes tilt only steering wheel, air-conditioning, full power accessories, 16 inch steel wheels, driver seat height adjustment, cruise control feature, auxiliary audio jack option, six speaker stereo with CD player options and other optional features are available with the machine. The SE trim comes with power features like a power sunroof, auto dimming rearview mirror, heated mirrors, back up camera, fog lights, 18 inch alloy wheels, eight way power driver seat, leather wrapped steering wheel, navigation system, heated front seats, satellite radio, eight speaker Rockford Acoustic Design audio system with six CD changer, Bluetooth options, dual illuminated vanity mirrors, automatic climate control, rear spoiler and navigation system options.
The SE trim comes with leather package that includes the rear spoiler and leather upholstery, the other worthwhile features available with dealerships include remote engine start, back up camera and iPod interface. The powertrain option in the new Mitsubishi Galant comes installed with a 2.4 liter four cylinder engine that comes with four speed automatic transmission. The output of the machine stands at 160 hp and it gives 157 lb ft of torque. The EPA fuel economy of the machine stands at 21 mpg for city and 30 mpg for the highway. The standard safety options of the machine stands at front side airbags, antilock brakes, side curtain airbags and stability control features.