Mitsubishi Delica/3000GT - 2020 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Mitsubishi Delica/3000GT market review from our 2020 Japanese Classic & Performance Car Guide

Listing some Mitsubishi’s fastest models alongside some of its slowest we found minimal differences in the pricing of some very different vehicles.

There is also a surprise new entry; the L300 4WD van which during the 1980s were very popular with weekend explorers.

Survivors for a long time were scarce but recently several have appeared at strong prices. Even more common and at similar money to the L300 are 2.8-litre diesel Delicas from the 1990s. Similarly-shaped 2001-06 models come with 3.0-litre petrol engines and are 50 percent more expensive.

Spend less than you would on a Delica and the slippery shape of a 3000GT non-turbo with 165kW could appear in your garage.

Or for serious supercar performance, stretch your spend to around $30,000 and get a late-series, twin-turbo version.

Express L300 4WD 1983-91 $7355 [7] 

Delica 1994-2000 $8750 [28]

Delica 2001-04 $14,190 [15] 

Delica 2005-06 $15,635 [20]

3000GT Non-Turbo $11,000 [2] 

3000GT Twin Turbo 1990-92 $22,825 [6]

3000GT Twin Turbo 1993-99 $33,300 [5]


[*] = number of recorded sales

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

Numbers from our 2020 Japanese Classic & Performance Car Guide.

See the 2019 Mitsubishi Delica/3000GT market review here


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