THIS 1998 MITSUBISHI DIAMANTE LS RUNS & DRIVES AMAZING!!! CLEAN INSIDE & OUT! LOADED WITH POWER WINDOWS & LOCKS, LUXURY LEATHER SEATS, DUAL POWER SEATS, DUAL CLIMATE CONTROL, INFINITY PREMIUM SOUND, BEAUTIFUL PREMIUM WHEELS & MANY MORE OPTIONS! 3 MONTH, 3,000 MILE SERVICE CONTRACT INCLUDED IN ADVERTISED SALE PRICE!
The 1998 Mitsubishi Diamante is available with just one engine, which is a 3.5-liter V-6 engine that delivers 210 horsepower and 231 lb-ft of torque. The engine is one of the biggest and most heavy-on-torque engines used in luxury sedans, which is why it comes as no surprise to see that it delivers lots of lively acceleration. The Diamante goes from standstill to 60 mph within 8.1 seconds, which is quite an impressive figure for a luxury sedan. The engine delivers quite a kick off the line when the throttle is floored, and the same applies in passing situations as well. The wind and noise level is quite low, but the engine is a little too rugged for that of a luxury car.
Highland Park â A 1998 Mitsubishi Diamante was stolen Friday from a driveway in the 1900 block of Elmwood Drive, a police report said. The car had been locked with a keyless entry system, and the keys were inside, along with a briefcase, a credit card, a pair of binoculars, a weight lifting belt and other items, the report said.
The 1998 Mitsubishi Diamante's longer length as compared to the previous generation does translate to more space inside, but the difference is relatively small as compared to the difference in length. The front seats offer the same space and room as it did before, but the rear bench has become roomier than ever. The 1998 Mitsubishi Diamante offers enough legroom and foot room for four adults to sit comfortably, although tall occupants may find themselves without enough headroom with the power sunroof installed. Storage space in the car is below the average as well, and the retractable cup holders feel a little too flimsy. The dashboard layout has been simplified from the previous generation, but some controls are too small. Overall, the dashboard lacks a certain layout, and it feels like most buttons are just attached wherever there was space. On a positive note, visibility is quite good thanks to the low dashboard top. The trunk does offer lots of space, but the hinges for the trunk lid dip into the cargo area.
|Fits:||1998 Mitsubishi Diamante|
|Description:||Wiper Motor Front
|Shipped From:||Pittsburg, Pennsylvania Yard|