How to Find Your Mitsubishi Paint Code: Step by Step Video
How to find the color of your car
Whether you own a Mirage or a 3000 GT, your paint code will be on the manufacturer's tag, which will be in a variety of locations depending on the model and year of your Mitsubishi. Below is a list of the places where the sticker can most commonly be found. To locate it:
- Open the hood of your Mitsubishi
- Check on the core suppose
- Look along with the firewall
- Go to the driver's side door and open it.
- Look on the door jamb
If your Mitsubishi is missing a tag, give our customer care team a call at 971-770-2372. We are open from 8:00 am till 2:00 pm during the week and on Saturday. You can also use our email, CustomerService@ERAPaints.com, for inquiries. With a few bits of information, we can help you get the paint code for your Endeavor, Galant, Evolution, or any other model.
Mitsubishi Paint Code Location
How to get the color code of your car
Mitsubishi paint codes follow a pattern that is straightforward to identify. It doesn't matter if you drive an Evolution, Eclipse, or a Lancer, the code will always be on VIN tag. The code is usually three digits long, containing both numbers and letters.
An example code is: W75
The example code represents Glacier White Pearl, often found on the Mitsubishi Mirage. Other examples include A39 Graphite Gray Pearl and W37 Wicked White. Some colors may be represented by two codes, for example, A68/ AC11268 Sterling Silver Metallic. When ordering from us, you can quote both codes.
Mitsubishi VIN stickers are usually silver, but they may also be white or black. Fortunately, the code is easy to spot because it is often next to the "COLOR INT" heading, which is located on the bottom left of the sticker.
Mitsubishi is one of the largest car manufacturers in Japan and has produced over 1 million cars. Mitsubishi's are sold in over 160 countries around the world, and their Lancer, 3000GT, and Evolution models are highly regarded. With metallic colors like A31 Cool Silver Metallic becoming a fan favorite over the last decade.
The company began as a shipbuilding company but released its first car, the Model A, in 1917. However, they wouldn't enter the US market until 1982 when they launched a series of sedans. Their iconic logo is a homage to their shipbuilding past and meant to imitate the shape of a water chestnut.