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1998 Mitsubishi Galant Kombi 2.5 V6-24 [EA5W]

1998 Mitsubishi Galant Kombi [EA5W] in Der Checker, Non-fiction TV, 2006-2012 IMDB Ep. 06.08

Class: Cars, Wagon — Model origin: JP — Made for: D

1998 Mitsubishi Galant Kombi 2.5 V6-24 [EA5W]

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

Comments about this vehicle


rtsbusman1997 US

2011-10-07 01:33


Repeater means Made for EU.

Lateef NO

2011-10-07 01:49


But there's a repeater on the original Japanese model too: Link to "ja.wikipedia.org"

rockstarnorth225 PH

2012-05-22 04:31


it's like Legnum

buhin HK

2012-05-22 07:40


To : rtsbusman1997 : Everywhere in the world, except US spec, should have side repeater.
Only US spec cars do not have side repeater.

rjluna2 US

2012-05-22 21:36


That is why I see most Mitsubishi vehicles have a insert showing a trim level alphabetic sold in our market.

buhin HK

2012-05-24 19:12


Most of the countries in the world falls into any one of the 2 different specs.

Where UNECE, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, is the most popular spec. It is largely based on Euro spec but some minor regional difference. Most countries in the world accept this standard. Even China and Japan spec cars are similar to UNECE (but Japan spec does not require rear fog lamp).

The other, FMVSS, stands for Federal Motor Vehicle Standard. This is the US standard. Canada has a very similar standard known as CMVSS, but with daytime running lamps.

Comparing FMVSS to UNECE, FMVSS has brighter headlamps, tail lamps; and side marker required. However, UNECE restricts the amount of light emitted from headlamps or tail lamps; and side repeater (turn signal) required. So it is basically impossible to have one exact vehicle to fit both standards.

If you want further reading, please check out here :
Link to "en.wikipedia.org"

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