1990 to 2004
Body versions :
Gasoline 0.66 liters
The Mitsubishi Toppo is a small leisure automobile that Mitsubishi Motors manufactured from 1990 to 2004. The car was derived from the Minica . The vehicles were equipped with a small three-cylinder inline engine with 657 cc and 30-46 hp (22-34 kW) or a four-cylinder in-line engine with 659 cc and 50-55 hp (37-40 kW). There were manual four- or five-speed transmissions, as well as automatic transmission with three or four stages avaliable.
Originally the car was called Mitsubishi Minica Toppo , which existed in two generations. A retro variant was introduced in 1997 under the name Mitsubishi Minica Toppo Town Bee .In 1998, a new generation was introduced, which bore the name Mitsubishi Toppo BJ ("Big Joy"). A larger version, the Toppo BJ Wide was introduced in 1999. In 2004, the production of the model was discontinued.
Engines: Gasoline 0.66 liters (22-40 kW)
Length: 3255-3395 mm
Width: 1395-1475 mm
Height: 1695-1790 mm
Wheelbase: 2260-2340 mm
Curb weight : 620-860 kg
Minica Toppo (H22 / H27), 1990-1993
Minica Toppo (H31 / H36 / H32 / H37), 1993-1998; additionally as Minica Toppo Town Bee (H31A / H36A) 1997-1998
Toppo BJ (H42 / H47), 1998-2004; additionally as Toppo BJ Wide (H43A / H48A) 1999-2001
Toppo (H82), from 2008 (base model Mitsubishi eK )