Twin Turbo JDM Mitsubishi Legnum VR-4 Review | A Wagon Like No Other


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Hey you guys! Today Marcus hops in a 2001 Twin Turbo Mitsubishi Legnum VR-4 to see what it’s all about. Under the hood is a 2.5L transverse-mounted V6 mated to Mitsubishi’s AWD system, sharing a lot of components with the Lancer Evolution platform of the time. It was a bunch of fun to drive this rare 5-speed wagon that can basically do everything from your Sunday drive through the twisties to the daily grind in traffic. Could this be the ultimate soccer mom/ family car?

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20 thoughts on “Twin Turbo JDM Mitsubishi Legnum VR-4 Review | A Wagon Like No Other”

  1. Oh sh*t. I was just looking around for a new car, because mine will go to a family member soon and searched for japanese wagons. I've totally fallen in love with this thing. It's in my price range, it's exactly what I was looking for with more power, but still doesn't consume too much petrol for me and I'm pretty sure I don't need to look further. I'm so in love with this thing.

  2. Mitsubishi less reliable than Subaru??? Naah apples apples … Also in Japan you will not see ANY Legnums around at all on Japanese roads… And STI Foresters cost start at ¥450.000 at auctions here & Legnums cost like ¥100.000 … same mileage

  3. 1:30 Stagea not the best looking? Nah… Much better looking than the Legnum. But I'm biased as I own a 260rs. Which I think looks awesome. For a Wagon of course. Plus Rb26 all day. 😁


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