The Mitsubishi 4A9 engine is the newest family range of all-alloy inline four-cylinder engines from Mitsubishi Motors, introduced in the 2004 version of their Mitsubishi Colt supermini, and built by DaimlerChrysler-owned MDC Power in Germany (previously a joint venture).The engine project was begun as a joint effort by Mitsubishi Motors and DaimlerChrysler (DCX), with Mitsubishi handling the development of the engines and MDC Power GmbH, a company previously jointly established by Mitsubishi and DCX, handling production.

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  • The Mitsubishi 4A9 engine is the newest family range of all-alloy inline four-cylinder engines from Mitsubishi Motors, introduced in the 2004 version of their Mitsubishi Colt supermini, and built by DaimlerChrysler-owned MDC Power in Germany (previously a joint venture).The engine project was begun as a joint effort by Mitsubishi Motors and DaimlerChrysler (DCX), with Mitsubishi handling the development of the engines and MDC Power GmbH, a company previously jointly established by Mitsubishi and DCX, handling production. The 4A9 is Mitsubishi's first four-cylinder engine family to adopt a high-pressure die-cast aluminum block.All engines developed within this family have aluminum cylinder block and head, four valves per cylinder, double overhead camshaft layouts, and MIVEC continuous variable valve timing (intake only).
  • La Serie 4A9 è una piccola famiglia di tre motori a scoppio prodotto dal 2004 in poi dalla Casa automobilistica giapponese Mitsubishi: i primi due motori prodotti in ordine di tempo, sono stati realizzati in collaborazione con il colosso tedesco DaimlerChrysler, presso il quale tali motori erano noti con la sigla M135. Il terzo motore, prodotto solo a partire dal 2010, è stato di esclusiva produzione Mitsubishi.
  • 三菱・4A9型エンジンは、三菱自動車工業の直列4気筒ガソリンエンジンの系列である。2004年、コルトに初搭載された。
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  • La Serie 4A9 è una piccola famiglia di tre motori a scoppio prodotto dal 2004 in poi dalla Casa automobilistica giapponese Mitsubishi: i primi due motori prodotti in ordine di tempo, sono stati realizzati in collaborazione con il colosso tedesco DaimlerChrysler, presso il quale tali motori erano noti con la sigla M135. Il terzo motore, prodotto solo a partire dal 2010, è stato di esclusiva produzione Mitsubishi.
  • 三菱・4A9型エンジンは、三菱自動車工業の直列4気筒ガソリンエンジンの系列である。2004年、コルトに初搭載された。
  • The Mitsubishi 4A9 engine is the newest family range of all-alloy inline four-cylinder engines from Mitsubishi Motors, introduced in the 2004 version of their Mitsubishi Colt supermini, and built by DaimlerChrysler-owned MDC Power in Germany (previously a joint venture).The engine project was begun as a joint effort by Mitsubishi Motors and DaimlerChrysler (DCX), with Mitsubishi handling the development of the engines and MDC Power GmbH, a company previously jointly established by Mitsubishi and DCX, handling production.
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  • Mitsubishi 4A9 engine
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  • 三菱・4A9型エンジン
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