The Mitsubishi Galant VR-4 Is an Unknown, Awesome Performance Sedan

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This is a 1991 Mitsubishi Galant VR-4 and it's an odd, high performance variation of a really normal automobile. We are enjoyed be offering this Mitsubishi Galant VR-4 for sale on CARS & BIDS !! Today I'm examining this Galant VR-4 and I'll show you all the many peculiarities and features. I'll also get behind the wheel and evaluate the driving experience.

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DOUGSCORE CHART:

CHAPTERS:
00:00 THIS …
00:39 It Can Be Yours On CARS & BIDS!!!
01:12 Overview
03:08 Famous 4g63 Powertrain
04:30 Power Numbers
05:31 Interior Quirks & Features
05:58 Gauge Cluster Quirks
07:15 Center Control Stack Quirks
08:38 More Interior Quirks & Characteristics
10:27 90s Seat Belts
11:19 Door Panel Quirks
12:05 Back Seats
12:58 Outside Quirks & Characteristic
14:12 Driving Experience
18:40 Final Words
19:01 DougScore

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The Mitsubishi Galant VR-4 Is an Unknown, Awesome Performance Sedan

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81 Comments

    1. Hello, I really thought Doug was going to review a brand new car built today.​@@john2boosted

    1. @@DougDeMuroim a big fan of the first gen Subaru Legacy turbo.!! I’ve owned many and you’ve never reviewed one. I have a mint one for you to review.

  1. Doug the kind of guy who cruises his neighborhood late at night looking for cars he can break into to steal the owners manual.

    1. Not original. Not humorous. Truly pathetic comments from the king of the village idiots, @jamesmurmurzancone4532. Go away. Millions will appreciate you keeping your stupid comments to yourself.

  2. Been waiting for this one forever. I saw this car in one of your other reviews and wondered why it hadn’t been reviewed. Always loved this car, I had a friend who had one.

    1. ​@@mitsuturboummmm.. the Galant amg 2.0 TURBO Type II was naturally aspirated? And I wouldn’t call it slow. For 1991 170hp and 140lb-ft was pretty good numbers. I mean that’s higher numbers than the base 3000GT.

    2. @@DeezLouizebut the base 3000gt wasn’t the one you worried about…it was the TT that got you worried

  3. My dad was one of the owner of Mitsubishi official house in Dominican Republic. He ordered one for himself. A brand new 1993 7thG. I perfected my driving skill in manual transmission in this amazing car ❤

    1. @menfisretrospace you drove a 7g vr4? Those are cool, never got them in the states- v6 twin turbo! I had a bland automatic 7g with 4g64 and it was nice, but slow

  4. This video is way better than most of your recent ones, really feels like old school Doug again

  5. I love when Doug posts videos on old obscure cars, those are my favorite, even more than hyper cars. I’d love to see him do average Joe vehicles just because I love how he narrates things.

    1. Thank you! Finally you uploaded the Galant:D back when Mitsubishi was strong and had cool cars

    2. Amazing! I still remember the number for mine.

      Such an under-rated car. Ugly… but great. Though, disabling the rear steering and adding a stiffer rear sway bar helped a lot.

    3. Take the car guy to say it’s cool because it doesn’t look cool but I love it because it’s an old Japanese car

  6. The green on this is just so incredibly nice looking. Not too bright, not too metallic- just the right amount of subtlety.

  7. LOUD means LOUDNESS, which boosts the bass and treble at low volumes to compensate for the way our ears hear. It was a common adjustment on audio equipment for decades.

    1. Came here to say this. Doug always fcuks up any audio related explanations. Makes sense with the garbage mic equipment he’s always used

    2. Doug is known for knowing nothing about audio. While it may irritate audio guys, to his credit, he didn’t pretend that he knows anything about it.
      But yeah, would be nice if Doug reads about it first after those years of car reviews.

      By the way, I love the LOUD button on my 92 Accord head unit. sounds good when I cranked the volume and listening to 80s glam metal albums lmao.

    3. Always had it turned on in my 1987 Ford Fairmont. It was a pioneer unit fitted to the Fairmont, Fairlane & LTD that didn’t have the premium audio package.

    4. I remember so many aftermarket decks in the 90s had a LOUD button on them. Everybody always had them activated. lol

  8. 2000 NUMBERED units were imported for MY1991 and 1000 for MY1992. There were also another 9 UNnumbered units imported for 1991/1992 combined, for a total of 3009.

  9. I believe the loud button wasn’t to make it louder but to make the music sound like you were playing it loud at lower levels.

  10. Back when Mitsubishi was an actual enthusiast car company and not building trash like they are now. I like this Galant generation and the one that came after it.

    1. You mean a car company, don’t have to specify enthusiast. 😂 I’m not exactly sure what they make now.

    2. @@jrfish007 They make wack crossovers now. Like the Eclipse Cross, the harshest-riding crossover I’ve ever rented.

    3. ​@@80s_Boombox_CollectorYeah, that thing is blasphemy like the Mustang Mach-E. Way to smear a legendary nameplate.

    4. Its not the manufacturers fault. You got to thank liberal policies and the EPA for that.

    1. Or it’s been prepped for sale. I always clean my cars before I sell them because no one wants a dirty car.

  11. I’ll never forget racing this car at a motor speedway in around 1997 and thinking to myself I would smoke him. When the race ended I in fact did not smoke him and he ran a high 11 in the quarter mile and I was in disbelief. I went over to the guy and opened up the passenger door to ask him what his mods were and it was a younger skinny kid no older than 18 or 19 and he had wires hanging out of his dashboard and a laptop computer as thick as a phone book sitting on his passenger seat. He told me the car was bone stock and that he just remapped the fuel system somehow turned up the boost. That was the moment I realized we didn’t need 8 cylinders to go fast anymore. It was also the last time I ever saw a Gallant VR4 until now.

    1. That’s so cool! Thank you for sharing your experience, I often wonder what it was like to live when these cars have first come out!

  12. Is it me or do these old classic cars seem like a breath of fresh air between the new reviews and the super car/‘how much money I spent on my cars” videos. I miss these.

  13. That is one clean car. Seeing any 90s car in perfect shape like this always makes me so happy that someone loved it that much.

  14. So much prettier in white. In my early 20s I had a 92 Talon TSI AWD, my roommate had a 90 TSI AWD, my neighbors had a 95 GST, 90 Talon TSI FWD, and a Galant VR4. Later one of them had TWO Galant VR4s. I was always jealous.

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