Mitsubishi updated Space Station compact station wagonFebruary 15, 2020
After eight years of absence, the Mitsubishi Space Star has returned, but in accordance with a completely different brand concept to the one we are used to.
In 1998, Mitsubishi first introduced Space Star as a compact station wagon with a hint of MPV. After facelift in 2002, the car disappears from the market for three years. In 2013, the model name returns to the back door of a much more compact car with its standard five-door layout, which occupies a high position in segment A in terms of format.
The car will last another three years before Mitsubishi first gives it facelift. Basically, the rounded design of the front panel gives way to a new radiator grill with a logo integrated into it and a wide front bumper in the X-design with many chrome trim details.
The first restyling will last from 2016 to the beginning of this year. Now the newly updated Space Star gets deep restyling. The front panel is made in accordance with the modern style of Mitsubishi, including a new design of the radiator grille with chrome trim, new daytime running lights, fog lights.
The rear of the body is also firmly fixed and can count on new lighting and a new bumper with bright large and vertical reflectors. The interior has remained untouched for seven years and retains its original features.
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