1991 to 2004
3.0 L G6AT V6 (petrol)
2,350 mm (93 in) SWB
3,945 mm (155 in) SWB
1,770 mm (69.7 in)
1,859 mm (73.2 in)
The Galloper was introduced in 1991 by HDPIC Hyundai Precision Machine Company Limited and manufactured in Korea after Mitsubishi license of the first Mitsubishi Pajero .By 2004, the production was discontinued.
The Hyundai Galloper was a licensed production of the Mitsubishi Pajero.It was produced both as a three-door, as well as a five-door SUV. The three-door is 4.09 meters long, 1.78 meters wide and 1.87 meters high, the five-door comes to 4.69 × 1.78 × 1.90 meters.
The Galloper had power steering and a driver airbag , a passenger airbag was not available. ABS was available only in the Exceed with wide wheels, an automatic transmissiononly with the 3.0 V6. The five-door, long-wheelbase two-fold single seats behind the rear seat belonged to the standard equipment (seven-seater). There was also a version with two benches along the direction of travel in the hold and high roof, this had a total of 10 seats.
The vehicle was offered in two engine variants: The 4-cylinder diesel engine this variant was a turbocharged engine with turbocharging and charge air cooling. This had 2500 cc and 73 kW (99 hp).The same engine was also available without intercooler with 65 kW (88 hp).The 6-cylinder 3.0-l petrol engine is considered relatively robust. It was run on regular gasoline, had 104 kW (141 hp) and hydraulic tappets .
The Hyundai Galloper , which was manufactured in the model variants Exceed , Innovation and Van / Wagon by Hyundai Precision & Industry Company Limited in the years 1991 to 2003, was a licensed production of the Mitsubishi Pajero in the last development stage L040. The Hyundai Precision & Industry Company Limited belongs to the Hyundai Group, has with the automaker Hyundai Motor Companybut nothing to do. For that reason, the Hyundai emblem was never found on the vehicle. In countries where the model had not been distributed through the respective Hyundai general importer, Galloper had been run as a stand-alone brand. The vehicles had therefore been sold there through individual dealers. In Germany and Spain, the model was also marketed as Mitsubishi Galloper , among others . In Iceland, the models with automatic transmission have been sold as Galloper TCI .
The fact that the Galloper was only a Pajero I modified in details, was mainly due to the then at times no longer up to date technology. The all-wheel-drive system largely corresponded to what is also customary in 2013 for off-road vehicles, but was less comfortable to handle than that of a limited-terrain SUV. The life of the manual transmission was difficult to calculate: in some vehicles it was over 250,000 km, in others not even 40,000 km. The turbodiesel engine , whose glow plug system in combination with the immobilizer led to many start failures, also caused problems very often . The rostanfällige body was already a problem with the original, the Galloper as well.
The Hyundai Galloper was produced in two different series.There was a series, which was provided with leaf-sprung rear axle. This type was mainly used in the early days of model production on models equipped with a four-cylinder engine. The second series was equipped with a very robust coil suspension and was mainly used in the models with six-cylinder engines and in the diesel engines with turbocharging and intercooler.
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