1989 Mitsubishi Colt XL "RE"
The Colt is quite an interesting car, because, although production of this generation ceased in Japan in 1983, it continued to be built in Australia until 1989! In Australia, hatchbacks (only offered in 5 doors) were sold from 1981-1989, while sedans were available from 1984-1989.
The "RE" Colt was the final iteration of this car, introduced in September 1988 and sold until 1989. From the rear, it was mostly indistinguishable from the early models, aside from a painted bumper (a rare feature in 1989 - as even the Commodore and Falcon did not have painted bumpers at this time!). At the front, there was a new grille.
The Colt was one of the first subcompact cars available in Australia, when it was introduced in 1981. Holden would not introduce the Barina until 1985, while Mazda introduced the 121 in 1987. Toyota and Ford had no offerings in this segment in the 1980s, while the Subaru Justy was never sold in Australia.