Another carry-over from 2006, the Galant is a four-door five-passenger family sedan that’s offered in five different trim levels. The base model is the DE, then the ES. Both come standard with a 2.4-liter inline four-cylinder engine that produces 160 horsepower linked to a sportronic five-speed electronically-controlled interactive adaptive automatic transmission with overdrive. There is also a GTS model that offers a 3.8-liter V6 that increases the horsepower to 230, and the top-of-the-line sport model is the Ralliart, which has 258 horsepower and advanced handling. There is also the SE trim available.Read more Read less
For 2007, the Mitsubishi Galant sheetmetal has been slightly freshened and the standard transmission has been upgraded across the range. Now all Galants get a Sportronic automatic with manual shifting capability. Mitsubishi dropped the LS V6 trim and added a higher performance Ralliart edition. Prices are up about $700 on the four-cylinder Galants and about $2,000 up on the V6s.
Powerful four-cylinder engine; available Ralliart performance edition; unique styling.
The 2007 Mitsubishi Galant is priced to be competitive with the Toyota Camry CE and the Ford Fusion SE I4. The Galant packs a more powerful base four-cylinder engine than Toyota and Ford, and it also offers slightly more interior room, with better legroom and headroom than a Camry or a Fusion.