How much HP does a Mitsubishi Colt have?

Colt Plus engines

Models Engine codes Net power, and torque
Colt (CBA-Z27AG) Ralliart Version-R 4G15 MIVEC 163 PS (120 kW; 161 hp) at 6000 rpm, 211 N⋅m (156 lb⋅ft) at 3500 rpm
Colt (CMN-Z37A) CZT Ralliart 4G15 MIVEC 180 PS (130 kW; 180 hp) at 6000 rpm, 245 N⋅m (181 lb⋅ft) at 3500 rpm

How fast does a Mitsubishi Colt go?


Power 74 bhp
Top Speed 103 mph
0-60 mph 12.5 secs
Torque 100 Nm, 74 ft-lb
CO2 Emissions 135 g/km

Does Mitsubishi Colt have Turbo?

Granted it won’t worry the likes of Renault’s Clio 182, but the Colt’s turbo motor gives the car a useful extra slug of torque at low speeds and plenty of pace when at motorway speeds. Overall, the CZT is an eminently chuckable and willing driving companion.

Is a Mitsubishi Colt reliable?

Like the majority of Mitsubishi cars, the build quality is excellent and the car has been extrembly reliable over the five years I have owned it – never once breaking down. It handles well and is good on fuel. The various adjustments allowable to the rear seats makes it a very versatile car.

What’s a non-interference engine?

Put simply, in a non-interference engine, when the piston is at top dead center (TDC), it will never go higher than a fully open valve; that is, the piston can never “interfere” with the valves. Conversely, in an interference engine, the piston could occupy the same space as an open valve.

How do you tell if an engine is an interference engine?

When your vehicle’s timing belt snaps, the entire engine shuts down. As soon as your vehicle’s timing belt breaks while you’re traveling with an interference engine, the camshaft will stop rotating. Some of your engine’s valves will remain open as a result of this.