Mitsubishi Express/Delica/3000GT - 2021 Market Review

By: Cliff Chambers

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Mitsubishi Express/Delica/3000GT

If you’ve just paid $130K for a Honda NSX only to get rounded up by a twin-turbo 3000GT you’re not going to be inordinately pleased. Especially when you look down the page and see the money being sought locally for very decent 3000s.

If you don’t need two turbos and 210kW you can pay $15,000 less and get an ‘atmo’ version. Totally opposite in shape to the GT and vastly more practical are the Express 4WDs, which date back to the early 1980s and remain popular with beach campers.

More recent versions come ex-Japan with Delica badging, all-wheel drive and [usually] a V6. 1994-2005 models are a different shape and have more underbody clearance than later, four-cylinder D5 versions. They also cost around the same despite being older.

Express L300 4WD 1983-91 $6380 [6]

Delica 1994-2000 $11,000 [15]

Delica 2001-2005 $20,790 [19]

Delica 2006-2010 $19,035 [20]

3000GT Non-Turbo $23,750 [2]

3000GT Twin Turbo 1990-1999 $37,250 [6]

[*] = number of recorded sales

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

Numbers from our 2021 Japanese Classic & Performance Value Guide.

| 2020 Market Review: Mitsubishi Delica/3000GT


From Unique Cars #454, June 2021

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