Conquest TSI

Stored 16 Years: 1987 Chrysler Conquest TSI

In the 1970s, Chrysler Corp. and Mitsubishi of Japan forged a partnership that would result in a number of Mitsubishi-made cars being sold by Chrysler in the U.S. for many years. One such car was the 1980s Conquest, which… more»

6K Mile 1989 Chrysler Conquest TSi

When the Chrysler Conquest, a badge-engineered version of the Mitsubishi Starion, was introduced in 1984, a well-known magazine editor opined if the name “Conquest” was really appropriate for an import. The Starion, itself, was introduced in ’82 with the… more»

Japanese Giant Killer: 1988 Chrysler Conquest TSi

Originally developed in Japan by Mitsubishi and sold in various markets as the Starion, the Chrysler Conquest TSi is a turbocharged giant-killer. Its engine might be low in capacity, but it lacks nothing in the performance stakes when push… more»

36k Genuine Miles: 1987 Chrysler Conquest TSI

This 1987 Chrysler Conquest TSI has a lot of things going for it. The first is that it has only ever had one elderly female owner. The second is that it is completely original and unmodified. The third is… more»

All Original: 1984 Dodge Conquest Turbo

During the 1980s, Dodge was all about badge engineering. This one might be a Mitsubishi with a Dodge badge, but this 1984 Conquest Turbo sure has fun for its time written all over it. The seller would like $4,995… more»

Captivating Chrysler: 1989 Chrysler Conquest TSI

While I’ve always felt that the 1980s produced some of the best-styled performance cars, I’ve also consistently felt that Mitsubishi’s Starion was one of the most attractive in the category. Various different automakers sold the Starion, with this 1989… more»