Limited edition Mitsubishi superminis get big wheels and big spec
21 May 2007

When we heard that Mitsubishi was launching two limited edition Colt superminis called the Black Hawk, we hoped for armour plating, a 30mm chain gun and hellfire missiles as standard. No such luck. Available in basic three-door, 1.1-litre form for £8021, or as the range-topping turbocharged CZT for £13,026, only 600 of these special Colts will be made. Every Colt Black Hawk will come in black with silver stripes. New 17in alloy wheels complete the look of the CZT Black Hawk; it also comes as standard with every option on the list.The 1.1-litre Colt Black Hawk gets air conditioning, and 16in rims for a slightly more understated appearance.

Our Verdict

Mitsubishi Colt

The Mitsubishi Colt is an entertaining hatchback that offers decent value for money

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