The Mitsubishi Chariot is manufactured and marketed by Mitsubishi from 1983 to 2003. It is a small multi-purpose vehicle (MPV). The MPV derives its nameplate from chariots used of the ancient Greek and Roman Empires.
The first generation (from February 1983 to May 1991) Chariot was introduced with SOHC straight-four powerplants ranging from the 1.6-liter 4G32 to the 2.0-liter 4G63 petrol engines, or the 1.8 litre 4D65T turbodiesel (from October 1984), mated to a five-speed manual or three-speed automatic transmission.
The second generation (1991-1997) featured a longer wheelbase and greater length, width, and height. It retained the 4G63B four-cylinder engine, but phased out the 4G37B and replaced the old turbodiesel with a newer and larger 1,997 cc 4D68T powerplant, and in 1993 a 2,350 cc 4G64 was added to the range.
The third and final generation was introduced on October 17, 1997. It was now known as the Chariot Grandis, as it moved from a ladder frame to monocoque construction, using the company's RISE safety body.
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