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Mighty Max

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If you were a pickup truck fan from 1986-1996, you probably knew about the Mitsubishi Mighty Max. The truck was sold in the United States for 10 years to great acclaim. This was a rugged truck and anyone who still has one should also get themselves the Mitsubishi Mighty Max repair manual to keep in their truck.

The Mighty Max was a real competitor in the pickup truck field. It was well thought out and sold at a competitive price point.

The truck was designed to be a sturdy, yet attractive, truck. The thought was that the Mighty Max would be suitable for hauling loads, as well as withstand off roading. To accommodate this, Mitsubishi designed the Mighty Max to incorporate a raked windshield and roof. Building the truck this way not only gave the truck a sporty appearance, but it allowed the driver to have greater road visibility.

The sides of this truck were constructed with rubber moldings. This was a well thought out design touch. The rubber on the sides helped protect the body of the truck from dings and dents on the job site and off road.

The interior of the Might Max, however, was planned out differently. The inside was outfitted with a lot of plastic. The idea behind the use of interior plastic was to simply have a rugged interior that would stand up to lots of heavy use. The dashboard was designed to be large and flat. This was so that papers could be stored here.

The center console was large and contained several smaller compartments. This feature made the Mighty Max a nice option for a contractor who might need to keep info in the truck for clients. The seats for both driver and passenger were spacious, but not fancy.

Despite the basic interior design, the truck was a workhorse. The acceleration was standard for a truck of its size. The Mighty Max was perfectly capable of hauling 2500 lbs. very easily. It was offered to consumers as either a 5-speed manual transmission or a 4-speed automatic.

Unfortunately, the Mighty Max was not able to keep pace with its competitors. Other brands were just constructed nicer on the inside and had smoother rides. These factors contributed to Mitsubishi discontinuing the Mighty Max altogether from the Mitsubishi lineup.

If by chance you happen to come across one of these pickup trucks, the Mitsubishi Mighty Max service manual will help you keep it in working condition.