Car reviews - Mitsubishi - Magna - Ralliart sedan
24 Jun 2002
A TYPICAL hooded binnacle forms Ralliart Magna's dash, which features a deep-set instrument panel and exclusive red dial faces with white increments. A small LCD odo/trip meter and vertical gear selection display, including manual mode read-out, resides between a large 6500rpm-redline tacho on the left and a 240km/h speedo on the right - each with orange needles. The obligatory fuel and temperature gauges are also included in the instrument cluster, while a large centre console insert is finished in silver and contains everything from the warning light and trip computer display at the top to the climate control unit, sound system, CD stacker and cigarette lighter/ashtray at the bottom. To the left is a large airbag housing above a lockable glovebox, while the whole dash is topped with a dark, soft, textured material.
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Did you know?Ralliart Magna's white-on-red instrument faces become white-on-black at night and are differentiated from the VR-X's instruments by their red (not white) background colour and the tacho's "Ralliart" badging
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