Decode Your Mitsubishi VIN

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Research your Mitsubishi with our VIN decoder

Enter your Mitsubishi's 17-digit VIN above to decode your VIN. We will show your vehicle specification and full vehicle history report, which includes thefts, detailed vehicle records, accidents, titles, and more. This information is compiled by from multiple sources including but not limited to DMVs, police records, insurance database and made public as a free, informational resource.

We also have a list of Mitsubishi's squish VIN information available in the table below. A squish vin is basically the first 11 characters of the full VIN Number. However, it does not contain the 9th character, which is a check digit to check the validity of a VIN number. With squish VIN, you can manually decode your Mitsubishi's VIN with just pen and paper. To learn more check out, What is a VIN Number

Mitsubishi 3000GT 1999 JA3AM44HXY
Mitsubishi Diamante 1992 JA3XC47SNY
Mitsubishi Eclipse 1999 4A3AK54FXE
Mitsubishi Eclipse Spyder 2009 4A3AL35T9E
Mitsubishi Endeavor 2005 4A4MM21S5E
Mitsubishi Expo 1995 JA3AD59GSZ
Mitsubishi Galant 2010 4A32B3FFAE
Mitsubishi Lancer 2014 JA32V2FWEU
Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution 2010 JA32W5FVAU
Mitsubishi Lancer Sportback 2011 JA32X2HUBU
Mitsubishi Mighty Max Pickup 1994 JA7LS21GRP
Mitsubishi Mirage 1991 JA3CU14AMU
Mitsubishi Montero 2004 JA4NW51S4J
Mitsubishi Montero Sport 1998 JA4LS31PWP
Mitsubishi Outlander 2005 JA4LZ41F5U
Mitsubishi Outlander Sport 2012 JA4AP4AUCZ
Mitsubishi Precis 1990 KPHVD32JLU
Mitsubishi Raider 2006 1Z7HT28K6S
Mitsubishi Sigma 1990 JA3XB47SLY
Mitsubishi Vanwagon 1990 JA7FN23WLA
Mitsubishi i-MiEV 2012 JA3215H1CU

About Mitsubishi

Mitsubishi is a Japanese company founded by Iwasaki Yataro in 1870. Mitsubishi Motors, its car manufacturing division, was founded some years later around the time of the First World War. Its first car was produced in 1970 and was known as the Mitsubishi Model A. The car is regarded as Japan’s first commercially manufactured automobile. The Model A was fully hand-made, making it far pricier than factory-produced cars available abroad. As a result, only 22 models of the car were ever built with production ending in 1921, four years after it began.

During the 1930s, following the merger of multiple Mitsubishi divisions, the company came to be known as Mitsubishi Heavy Industries. Given that this was a time of industrialization and looming war, the company focused its effort on building planes, ships and train cars. However, in 1937, the company built Japan’s first four-wheel-drive military car, the PX33. As World War 2 commenced in 1939, Mitsubishi would be forced to halt production of vehicles. After the end of the war, Mitsubishi was split into three regional companies located in West, Central and East Japan.

Japan’s improving economic conditions in the 1960s would see a rise in demand for cars by consumers. Taking advantage of the opportunity, Mitsubishi would produce the Mitsubishi 500, a mass-produced car meant to meet the demand. Mitsubishi’s plan turned out to be fruitful and the company introduced other cars as well, such as the Minica. In 1964, the three regional companies Mitsubishi had split into would merge back into one, with the company now being known by its former name, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.

Today, Mitsubishi is a top automobile manufacturer. It is the 19th biggest automobile producer in the world and the 6th biggest in Japan. It is owned 34% by Nissan and is also part of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance. Notable cars Mitsubishi has produced in recent years include the Mitsubishi Pajero, Pajero Mini, Lancer Evo and Galant.

Supported Mitsubishi Models

MITSUBISHI Pajero 5 Doors 2006 - present 7
MITSUBISHI Lancer Evolution 2008 - present 10
MITSUBISHI Attrage 2013 - present 1
MITSUBISHI L 200 2015 - present 8
MITSUBISHI Colt CZC 2006 - 2012 1
MITSUBISHI Mirage G4 2016 - present 2
MITSUBISHI Space Star 2013 - present 2
MITSUBISHI Eclipse Spyder 2009 - 2012 3
MITSUBISHI Pajero 3 Doors 2006 - present 5
MITSUBISHI Space Runner 1991 - 1999 1
MITSUBISHI 3000 GT 1994 - 2001 4
MITSUBISHI Raider Crew Cab 2005 - 2009 1
MITSUBISHI Lancer 2016 - present 7
MITSUBISHI Colt 3 Doors 2008 - 2012 7
MITSUBISHI Pajero Pinin / Shogun Pinin / Montero iO 2001 - present 2
MITSUBISHI Raider Double Cab 2005 - 2009 1
MITSUBISHI Endeavor 2008 - 2011 2
MITSUBISHI Eclipse 2009 - 2012 5
MITSUBISHI Galant 2008 - 2012 7
MITSUBISHI Outlander / Airtrek 2016 - present 5
MITSUBISHI Lancer Combi 2003 - 2006 3
MITSUBISHI Eclipse Cross 2017 - present 1
MITSUBISHI Galant Station Wagon 1997 - 2001 2
MITSUBISHI ASX / RVR / Outlander Sport 2019 - present 4
MITSUBISHI L300 1993 - 0 1
MITSUBISHI Grandis 2005 - 2011 1
MITSUBISHI Sigma 1991 - 1996 1
MITSUBISHI Mirage 2012 - present 1
MITSUBISHI Colt 5 Doors 2008 - 2012 3
MITSUBISHI Carisma Sedan 1995 - 2004 1
MITSUBISHI i-MiEV 2009 - present 1

Where to find my VIN Number?

You can find your VIN through the lower right of the windshield, and under the hood of your front engine.

As for Motorcycle VIN, you can lookup your VIN on the motorcycle frame, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration requires all "two wheelers" or "three wheelers" or ATV to have the VIN displayed on the frame.

You can also do a VIN lookup or VIN number lookup on your insurance card/policy. You can learn more on how to locate your VIN from our guides as shown on the right side.

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