The Mitsubishi 4A3 engine is a range of alloy-headed inline four-cylinder engines from Mitsubishi Motors, introduced in 1993 in the sixth generation of their Mitsubishi Minica kei car. It shares a 72 mm (2.8 in) with the 3G83-series three-cylinder engines, but has a considerably shorter stroke so as to stay beneath the 660 cc limit imposed by the Kei class.

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  • The Mitsubishi 4A3 engine is a range of alloy-headed inline four-cylinder engines from Mitsubishi Motors, introduced in 1993 in the sixth generation of their Mitsubishi Minica kei car. It shares a 72 mm (2.8 in) with the 3G83-series three-cylinder engines, but has a considerably shorter stroke so as to stay beneath the 660 cc limit imposed by the Kei class. A 1.1 L (1,094 cc) version was made available in 1999 for bigger cars, and was subsequently fitted to the Mitsubishi Pistachio, a limited production car based on the kei class Minica, equipped with the company's Automatic Stop-Go (ASG) system for cutting the engine when idling. So equipped, the Pistachio was able to record fuel economy figures of 30 km/L (85 mpg‑imp; 71 mpg‑US). (en)
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  • The Mitsubishi 4A3 engine is a range of alloy-headed inline four-cylinder engines from Mitsubishi Motors, introduced in 1993 in the sixth generation of their Mitsubishi Minica kei car. It shares a 72 mm (2.8 in) with the 3G83-series three-cylinder engines, but has a considerably shorter stroke so as to stay beneath the 660 cc limit imposed by the Kei class. (en)
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  • Mitsubishi 4A3 engine (en)
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