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Old 06-21-2003, 02:15   #1 (permalink)
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Mitsubishi Cordia or Laser TX3

hi guys, cousin wants to buy a new car, he has to cars in mind a Mitsubishi Cordia 1987 model or a 1990 TX3. I personly love the TX3, but dont no much about the Cordia...are they any good?

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Re: Mitsubishi Cordia or Laser TX3

Get the laser. More reliable.
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Old 06-21-2003, 03:05   #3 (permalink)
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Re: Mitsubishi Cordia or Laser TX3

Laser - looks better.
Laser - Every second wanker doesn't have one in purple with huge chromies.
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Laser - Sounds better than Cordia :shrugs:
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Re: Mitsubishi Cordia or Laser TX3

IMO the Laser looks far better than the Cordia, although the Cordia is probably cheaper.

The Cordia Turbo's aren't much chop anyway.
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Re: Mitsubishi Cordia or Laser TX3

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Get the laser. More reliable.
i agree..those cordia motors smoke a bit.
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Re: Mitsubishi Cordia or Laser TX3

how about one other suggestion... FALCON! (why buy only half an engine)... although they are fully shick moit, wiv a set of nutz khrome mags, n fat neons wiv n engine dat goez vroooommmm.... ptttsshhhh
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Re: Mitsubishi Cordia or Laser TX3

my bro had a cordia a few years back before i converted him to a falcon!! but was a lot of fun to drive...not as much fun as a falcon but hey, wasnt much left when he dumped it...rusted to nothing...he always said its ok, bog will fix anything!
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Younggun... my cousin is one of those 4 cylender freks. carnt do much about that..
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Re: Mitsubishi Cordia or Laser TX3

Cordias were awesome for there time. IN one of my wheels mags (back page) has a great write up saying it was really fun to drive and quick. I wouldnt think there reliable though these days unless its had a recent full engine rebuild (and turbo!)
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Re: Mitsubishi Cordia or Laser TX3

I had a KE TX3 (twin headlight model) about 10 years ago and it was a fun car to drive. Could just chuck it around corners. Will never forget a mad rush down from the top of Mt Dandenong one day (not much chop uphill obviously).

All good memories with this car.

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