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The Mitsubishi Sapporo name has been used on two derivations of the Mitsubishi Galant
- 1978–1984 — This rear-wheel drive hardtop coupé was based on the third generation Galant. In Japan it was sold as the "Galant/Eterna Lambda", while European and South American export markets received it with the "Sapporo" label. It received a thorough facelift in 1980. This car was also sold as both the Plymouth Sapporo and Dodge Challenger in North America and as the Colt Sapporo in the United Kingdom.
- 1987–1990 — In the European market, the Hardtop sedan version of the front-wheel drive fifth generation Galant was sold as the Sapporo. This car was called the Sigma in North America.
|Mitsubishi car and light van timeline, 1960-1979|
|Kei sedan||Minica||Minica 70-73||Minica F4||Minica 5||Minica Ami 55|
|Kei truck/ commercial||360 Van/Pickup||Minica Van||Minica
|Minica 55 Van|
|Minicab||Minicab EL||Minicab W||Minicab 5||Minicab Wide 55|
|Subcompact||500||Colt 600||Colt 800|
|Colt 1000F||Colt 1100F/11-F|
|Compact||Colt 1000||Colt 1100||Colt 1200||Lancer||Lancer EX|
|Colt 1500||(Colt) Galant||Galant||Galant Σ|
|Sport coupé||Galant FTO||Lancer Celeste|
|Galant GTO||Galant Λ|
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