24 December 2004

Mitsubishi has revealed a special edition of its Grandis seven-seat MPV. On sale across the UK from 1 January, the Warrior is priced at £1000 above the previous range-topper, at £22,499 in manual form, or £23,499 equipped with the car's four-speed automatic shifter.

Specification on the Sterling Silver or Cosmos Black cars is high, including an 8in DVD entertainment system, a 6 CD changer, warrior embroidered leather seats, 18-inch alloys and detailing including chrome door mirrors, door handles and exhaust trim.

Our Verdict

Alpina B5

The Alpina B5 is very quick, but it is let down by uninvolving driving dynamics

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