The luxury sedan market just got a lot more exciting with the new-and-improved Mitsubishi 2010 Galant SE—definitely a worthy competitor to all the Camrys and the Accords currently taking corporate executives around the Metro.
Being the first in its class to offer a Global Positioning Satellite navigation system, the Galant makes sure that drivers won’t get lost in an odd corner of the city. The high intensity discharge (HID) headlamps that the car is equipped with ensure that the road is always well lit, which can be especially useful on provincial roads where light posts aren’t always available. Armed with a 162-horsepower 2.4-liter MIVEC (Mitsubishi Innovative Valve Timing and Electronic Control System) engine and an INVECS-II 4-speed automatic transmission, the Galant thrusts forward with sufficient cruising power and smooth acceleration. In terms of looks, the Galant looks more conservative than its contemporaries, even with its proud 17-inch 10-spoke wheels. But for what it lacks in aggressive styling, the Galant makes up for with a confident presence that’s palpable once it really hits its stride. - Gelo Gonzales
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