That is a gem. It has a sequential twin-turbo meaning the kick comes with a heavier punch unlike the Legacy twin turbos that are two-stage. My bro loves this car. There is one I saw last year in a Mitsubishi group clean, a salon version KAT the owner would take 700K. They are many in New Zealand and Australia. Not many Kenyans bought them. I say if you have the cash and enthusiasm, get it. With the internet there are numerous VR4 forums so help and trouble-shooting is a click away.
However, a lay man can't tell a normal Gallant GDI from a VR4 2500 cc twin turbo
Buda boss.......woiii!!! Hio if you dont know its history dont touch, the legnum and galant came with some kind of shocks called arm shocks, and they were fucked up shocks. Plus considering that Mitsubishi has fuel injectors in the engine meaning that if they fail u have to buy the full engine. Kwa Mitsubishi mzee hivyo be ready to buy an engine. On the up side though, its a car u can easily boost its performance. GOOD LUCK!!
Kenyans are very pragmatic when it comes to buying cars. You buy the car that everone has not because you like it but because it's a safe bet.
My uncle has an Opel Astra that he bought from a defunct parastatal. He lives in shaggz. He's owned it for more than 15 years. Go figure.