Mitsubishi unveiled the eK Wagon model in the Japan, a vehicle built in partnership with other Japanese carmaker, namely Nissan.
The new eK Wagon and its twin brother eK Custom are powered by a three-cylinder unit producing 49 horses and 59Nm of torque. There is also a “more” powerful 64hp unit connected to a CVT unit.
At the exterior, the Mitsubishi eK Custom benefits from revised front and rear bumpers, a restyled front grille and new wheels. Interior features include a rear-view camera, metallic inserts, sliding rear seat and optional satellite navigation.
“The new tall wagon models bring unprecedented levels of quality to conventional minicars,” says the company.
The new Mitsubishi eK Wagon and eK Custom are currently available in Japan with prices starting at ¥1,050,000 and ¥1,269,000.