|Also called||Mitsubishi Adventure
|Assembly||Yangmei, Taoyuan County (now Taoyuan City), Taiwan (China Motor) (until 2008)
Jakarta, Indonesia (until 2005)
Former Plant Cainta, Rizal, Philippines New Plant Sta. Rosa, Laguna, Philippines(MMPC)
Qing Kou, Min Hou, Fuzhou, China
Cape Town, South Africa
|Body and chassis|
|Body style||5-door station wagon|
|Engine||2.0 L 4G63A SOHCI4
2.5 L 4D56 SOHC I4 diesel
|Wheelbase||2,620 mm (103.1 in)|
|Length||4,320–4,375 mm (170.1–172.2 in)|
|Width||1,650–1,690 mm (65.0–66.5 in)|
|Height||1,800–1,830 mm (70.9–72.0 in)|
|Curb weight||1,445–1,500 kg (3,186–3,307 lb)|
The Mitsubishi Freeca is a compact MPV and compact SUV designed by Mitsubishi Motors and China Motor Corporation for the Asian market, and built in Taiwan, China and the Philippines, where it is known as the Mitsubishi Adventure. It was first released on September 11, 1997, and the 50,000th Adventure was manufactured in the Philippines plant in March 2005. In the Philippines, the Adventure was given major redesigns in 2001 and then 2004, then a minor facelift in late 2009.
The vehicle is also known as the Mitsubishi Kuda in Indonesia where "Kuda" means Horse in Indonesian and where it was locally manufactured until 2005, and Mitsubishi Jolie in Vietnam. The model name "Freeca" is coined from "free" and "ca", the Taiwanese for vehicle. The Chinese factory also manufactures badge engineered Freecas for the South African market, which were locally assembled in Cape Town as the Africar Landio and Africar Jockey.
* Freeca and Zinger combined production figures
- Sarne, Vernon (2013-05-30). "Mitsubishi PH president wants new model, more units made in Cainta". Top Gear Philippines. Retrieved 2013-05-30.
- "China Motor Corporation of Taiwan Launches Freeca", Mitsubishi Motors press release, September 11, 1997
- "Mitsubishi celebrates 50,000th Adventure Milestone", Autoindustriya.com, April 4, 2006
- "Africar Products". Africar Automobiles. Archived from the original on 2009-07-31.
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