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Mitsubishi
500
(1957)




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Marque (make)Image of Mitsubishi 500
Mitsubishi
Serie500
Model family
Model500
Model code
Issued from1957
Issued until
Country of originJP,AU
Number made
Body construction
Body designation

Bodywork

 
Base platform
Bodywork typesedan (saloon)
Bodywork designer
Number of doors2
Number of seats4
Cargo capacity (volume) [l / cu ft / cu ft]
Max. cargo capacity (volume) [l / cu ft / cu ft]
Passenger space (volume) [l / cu ft / cu ft]

Dimensions & Weight

 
Wheelbase [mm / in / in]2060 / 81.1 / 81.1
Track front [mm / in / in]1181 / 46.5 / 46.5
Track rear [mm / in / in]1168 / 46.0 / 46.0
Length [mm / in / in]3139 / 123.6 / 123.6
Width [mm / in / in]1389 / 54.7 / 54.7
Height [mm / in / in]1372 / 54.0 / 54.0
Length/wheelbase ratio1.52
Ground clearance [mm / in / in]
Total (curb) weight [kg / lb / lb]490 / 1080 / 1080
Dry weight [kg / lb / lb]
Load capacity [kg / lb / lb]
Gross (max.) weight [kg / lb / lb]
Towing weight [kg / lb / lb]
Weight distribution (front) [% / % / %]
Fuel capacity [l / UK gal / US gal]

Aerodynamics

 
Drag coefficient (Cd, Cx, Cw)
Frontal area (A) [m2 / sq ft / sq ft]1.62 / 17.4 / 17.4 (est.)
Aerodynamic coefficient (Cd×A) [m2 / sq ft / sq ft]
Aerodynamic resistance (Aero horse power) at 100 km/h (62 mph) [kW / hp / hp]

Engine

 
Engine CodeNE19A
Engine Manufacturer
Engine Typestraight (inline)
Engine Type Details
Sump
Fuelpetrol (gasoline)
Fuel details
Cam Design
Total number of cylinders2
Total number of valves
Valves per cylinder
Engine Main bearings
Engine construction
Bore [mm / in / in]70.0 / 2.76 / 2.76
Stroke [mm / in / in]64.0 / 2.52 / 2.52
Bore/Stroke ratio1.09
Engine displacement [cm3 / cu in / cu in]493 / 30.1 / 30.1
Unitary capacity [cm3/cylinder / cu in/cylinder / cu in/cylinder]246.50 / 15.042 / 15.042
Compression ratio7.1
Fuel supply1 downdraught carb
Aspirationnatural
Compressor typeN/A
Intercoolerno
Catalytic converterno
Max. output power [kW / hp / hp]14.9 / 20.0 / 20.0
Max. output power rpm [rpm / rpm / rpm]5000 / 5000 / 5000
Max. torque [N·m / lb·ft / lb·ft]
Max. torque rpm [rpm / rpm / rpm]
Maximum rpm [rpm / rpm / rpm]
Coolantair
Max. net output (power at the wheels) [kW / hp / hp]6.0 / 8.0 / 8.0 (est.)
Specific output [kW/l / bhp/cu in / bhp/cu in]30.2 / 0.664 / 0.664
Specific torque [N·m/l / lb·ft/cu in / lb·ft/cu in]

Transmission

 
Transmission typemanual
Number of gears3
Wheel driverear wheel drive
Top gear (drive) ratio
Final gear (drive) ratio

Performance

 
Power-to-weight ratio [kW/ton / bhp/ton / bhp/ton]40.8 / 30.9 / 30.9
Acceleration 0-50 mph (80 km/h) [s / s / s]
Acceleration 0-60 mph (97 km/h) [s / s / s]
Acceleration 0-100 km/h [s / s / s]
Acceleration 0-100 mph (160 km/h) [s / s / s]
Acceleration 80-120 km/h (50-70 mph) in top [s / s / s]
Standing ¼mile time [s / s / s]
Standing ¼mile speed [km/h / mph / mph]
Standing kilometer time [s / s / s]
Standing kilometer speed [km/h / mph / mph]
Top (maximal) speed [km/h / mph / mph]
Fuel consumption, City (urban) [l/100km / mpg-UK / mpg-US]
Fuel consumption, Road (extra-urban) [l/100km / mpg-UK / mpg-US]
Fuel consumption, Mixed (combined) [l/100km / mpg-UK / mpg-US]
Fuel consumption, Euro [l/100km / mpg-UK / mpg-US]
CO2 emissions [g/km / g/mi / g/mi]
Range [km / mi / mi]

Chassis

 
Engine locationrear
Engine alignment
Steeringrack & pinion
Steering details
Turns lock-to-lock
Suspension frontIndependent, Trailing arm, Coil springs
Suspension rearIndependent, Trailing arm, Coil springs
Wheels front
Wheels rear
Tyres front
Tyres rear
Brakes frontdrum
Brakes reardrum
Brakes details
Brake diameter front [mm / in / in]
Brake diameter rear [mm / in / in]
Braked area [cm2 / sq in / sq in]
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