That pretty much summarises Mitsubishi's attempt at their super sports Magna. Only 500 numbered cars were built (this one is #119), and the seller claims only 150 were made with the manual as seen here. Naturally, a 240hp front driver from the early '00s was a bit on the lairy side, so Mitsubishi kindly fitted the car with traction control... on the automatic only. They also kindly fitted a limited slip diff... on the manual only.
The Ralliart Magna is the definitive proof that simply putting on showy body extensions and boosting the power output of a car isn't enough. Now, the Ralliart Magna has faded into utter obscurity, and the Magna has been dead for a decade, itself wiped from many people's conscious, and the company that built it is receding into shadows fast. There is no better advertisement than quality.
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Michael is a teenager who's been obsessed with cars since he was able to talk, but has no ability in mechanics whatsoever. His daily driver is a manual transmission Nissan Maxima - the Australian Infiniti I30.