Mitsubishi Sapporo 1978
The Plymouth Sapporo was a 1977 to 1983 sold in the U.S. notchback coupe with rear wheel drive and a variant of the Mitsubishi Sapporo; the next flights from Dodge identical parallel model was called the Dodge Challenger.
The Mitsubishi Sapporo was marketed in North America under the brand name Plymouth or Dodge, Mitsubishi because at that time not yet exported on their own cars there and was on business connected with the Chrysler Group.
The Sapporo was released in October 1977 in an equipment variant, powered by Mitsubishi four-cylinder engines with balance shafts of 1.6 or 2.6 liters. Series was a five-speed manual transmission, a three -speed automatic was available at a surcharge.
1980 accounted for the smaller four- cylinder 2.6 -liter engine remained unchanged in the offer.
For the model year 1981, the Sapporo experienced a minor facelift in its train the former chrome trim largely disappeared and the stern was designed somewhat higher.
Exact sales figures are not known; Plymouth sold by Sapporo from 1977 to 1980 about 36,800 copies, Sapporo and Challenger came together in six years to approximately 158,000 pieces.
- Mike Covello: Standard Catalog of Imported Cars 1946-2002. Krause Publications, Iola 2002. ISBN 0-87341-605-8
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