The Mitsubishi Colt CZC is an affordable mini Coupe-Convertible with lots of character. It looks good with the roof down but less so with it up. Rear seats are made for children only but the luggage space is good when the roof is up. The Colt CZC’s interior is funky, but well detailed and thought out.
Clearly aimed to compete with Nissan’s Micra C+C and the Peugeot 206CC it. Both sold in larger numbers so the CZC is at least less common. The styling takes the front end of the Colt and adds new hind quarters that don’t altogether match up but look better when the roof is down. The car itself is fun to drive and comfortable on long distances with the roof up.
Power comes from a 1.5-litre engine which is average in its standard form but was potent in the later discontinued Turbo model. Standard equipment, as with all Mitsubishis is excellent giving a feel of a premium vehicle to this cute little car.