Sold for about three years, the Mitsubishi Expo was the company's only minivan during the 1990s. The closest competitor for this minivan was the Mazda MPV.
In its first model year, the Expo came in either a 3-door or 4-door passenger van. The 3-door was known as the LRV, and the 4-door as the SP. The LRV came in base and Sport trim levels, the latter with either front or all-wheel drive, while the SP had just one trim level with either front or all-wheel drive.
A new base 4-door Expo joined the lineup.
The SP was discontinued, leaving behind the base model as the sole 4-door for the Expo. In addition, the 3-door only came with front-wheel drive.
Only a limited number of 4-door Expos went on sale this year.