The 2010 Mitsubishi Galant is given a new silver-painted mesh grille and more interior sound insulation. Anti-lock brakes (ABS), traction control and stability control are now standard across the line, but the V6 model is dropped, leaving only the four-cylinder ES and SE trims.
New exterior styling includes a revised front end, new taillamp treatment and a new lineup consisting of four trims: ES, Sport Edition, Sport V6 and Ralliart. Four-cylinder models sold in California, Maine, New York, Vermont and Massachusetts qualify as Partial Zero-Emissions Vehicles (PZEV).
Mitsubishi may be well-known for its sports cars and SUVs, but its family sedan sometimes gets overlooked by the masses. Although the Galant doesn't receive as much mention as the Honda Accord or Toyota Camry, as midsize family sedans go, it offers some worthy features. Unique exterior styling helps the Galant stand out from the more conservatively designed class leaders and its roomy, well-equipped interior is both pleasing and solidly constructed. The Galant even includes such important safety features as front and rear side-curtain airbags as standard equipment. Best of all, Mitsubishi continues to offer a number of attractive incentive programs to make it even easier to purchase a Galant.