I don't know what happened here, but apparently the guys at Mitsubishi started building versions of the Jeep in what can only be described as the automotive analog to the Chork. Actually, Mitsubishi building Jeeps goes way back to post war Japan -- in 1953 the Jeep J3 was built for Japanese domestic forestry and National Safety Forces needs, and production continued through 1998 of various J-series Jeeps.
Under the hood is what appears to be some kind of turbocharged diesel, probably a 4DR6 4-cylinder good for around 94 horsepower and 152 ft-lbs of torque.
Expect everything you'd get in a US version of the Jeep, including a solid front axle and driver selectable low range all-wheel-drive.
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