Lancer Fiore

1982

Lancer Fiore

In February 1982, the Mirage was renamed Mirage II and the series joined by a 4-door sedan. Taking this opportunity, Mitsubishi Motors launched a twin to the Mirage II series naming it Lancer Fiore. This 3-box car presented a refined presence within its youthful looks as seen in the slant nose, concealed drip moldings, flush surface treatment and ducktail rear end. It was offered with 1.2L, 1.4L and 1.4L Modulated Displacement engines. The newly developed MD engine would automatically shut off the intake and exhaust valves on the No. 1 and No. 4 cylinders at low engine loads and then switch back to normal 4-cylinder operation when more power was required. This variable valve engine returned the amazing 10-mode cycle fuel consumption of 20 km/L. In August of the same year, the Lancer Fiore range was joined by the 1.4L turbo engine.

Overall length 4105 mm
Overall width 1590 mm
Overall height 1350 mm
Engines 1.2 L, 1.4 L