A six-light version of the four-light Diamante, the Mitsubishi Sigma was a new introduction to the UK market in 1990. It was styled like the Japanese manufacturer's rally-winning Galant model but was larger, although still with front-wheel drive. Like Mitsubishi's other top-of-the-range models, the UK-market Sigma was powered by a 3.0-litre 24-valve V6 engine producing 199bhp and was aimed squarely at the market sector contested by similar sized offerings from BMW and Mercedes-Benz. Claimed top speed was 140mph. Production of the Mitsubishi Sigma in its original form continued until 1995 when the second-generation Diamante arrived. Relatively few Sigmas were sold in Great Britain and the model is a rare sight nowadays.
Finished in Charcoal Grey with matching full leather interior, this example features automatic transmission and comes fully equipped with electrically adjustable seats, electric sunroof, electric windows, air conditioning, alarm system, adjustable sports suspension, etc. Maintained to a high standard throughout its life, 'K169 DPP' has covered circa 102,000 miles and is described as very clean and tidy, driving and handling well. Taxed at time of writing, the car is offered with MoT to February 2014, Swansea V5 document and a complete set of MoTs and tax discs.