Mitsubishi 1980-2006 - 2019 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Mitsubishi 1980-2006

Fuel shortages during the late 1970s helped send Chrysler’s Sigma to the top of local sales charts, but where have all of these significant cars gone?

Unique-to-Australia 2.6-litre Sigmas deliver decent performance yet cost less than $3500. Sigma Turbos have become near impossible to find and late-1980s Magnas are headed the same way.

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Those that did appear included an excellent-looking Elite at less than $2000 but most sell for under $1000. Later Magnas which are worth saving include the All-Wheel Drive TJ and TL models and now-scarce Magna Ralliart. These sold in small numbers from 2002-04 but when new cost almost $50K. Cars in today’s market are a tenth of that.

Sigma 2.6 $2960 [5] 

Sigma Turbo N/S Magna TM-TP $1935 [4]

Magna AWD $3040 [25] 

Magna Ralliart $5500 [5]

[*] = number of recorded sales

(Note: concours & special cars may demand more.)

Numbers from our 2019 Aussie Family Car Market Value Guide.


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