Mitsubishi Sapporo

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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 "Mitsubishi Galant 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 Sapporo Coupé (1978-1984)
 Further information: Galant Lambda 
Mitsubishi Sapporo (Europe, 1987-1990)
 Further information: Sapporo/Sigma