Mitsubishi Verada PDF Workshop and Repair manuals, Wiring Diagrams, Spare Parts Catalogue, Fault codes free download!
In July 1991, MMAL introduced an elite version under its own name Mitsubishi Verada with a 3.0-liter V6 engine, the series received the designation KR. Magna and Verada had one body, although the latter featured a unique grille and larger bumpers for exporting models in the US, as well as luxury accessories. The installed 3.0-liter V6 from the family “Cyclone” was code-named 6G72. Its characteristics ranged from 120 kW (160 hp) at 5500 rpm and 235 Nm at 4000 rpm on the AI-91 to 124 kW (169 hp) at 5500 rpm and 244 N * m at 3000 rpm on the AI-95. The automatic transmission was used with four- and six-cylinder engines, it was equipped with the original electronic control system INVECS (“Intelligent & Innovative Vehicle Electronic Control System”) of the first generation.
In Australia, due to the recession in the early 1990s and rising oil prices, the six-cylinder Magna was not produced. Finally, in 1993, with the restoration of the economy and the stabilization of oil prices, the V6 engine was offered for the Magna for the first time and then as an option. This 3.0-liter V6 was only available in the Executive package, which was also equipped with larger 15-inch wheels and other interior trim. A small “V6” icon on the trunk lid featured a six-cylinder model.
At the time of the launch of the TR series, Magna came in Executive sedan, SE sedan, and Elite trim levels. Verada with the V6 Ei pickup engine was ready at about the same level as the SE Magna, except that the air conditioning was standard. The top-end equipment Verada Xi also includes light alloy wheels, central locking, climate control, cruise control, high-quality audio system, steering wheel with cruise control and audio system, power windows, electrically adjustable driver’s seat. In addition, Xi could be equipped with an electronically controlled suspension with four-band adjustable shock absorbers and adjustable pneumatic elements in addition to the standard springs. This system automatically adjusts the rigidity of the suspension in proportion to road conditions, speed and driving style. It also became possible to equip the anti-lock braking system (ABS) and driver’s airbag for the first time on both Veradas trim levels.