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2015 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution FINAL Edition Review

So..... bought my Evo X FE about a month ago. In North America remove the Recaro's for the basic lancer seats and also removed the Rockford Fosgate stereo system....but replaced them with Bilstein shocks with Eibach springs which are not cheap, gunmetal chrome enkei wheels which in my opinion look alot better, also the gloss black roof looks good as well...

2015 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution FINAL Edition Review

The 2016 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X Final Edition is the last of its breed. It was conceived in 1992 as a road going version of Mitsubishi’s new World Rally Championship challenger. Evovling for over 20 years and cementing its legacy in Japan’s motorsport history. The Final Edition Evo is a compilation of all the technological achievements and design Mitsubishi has acquired from their rallying expertise over the years...

2009 Mitsubishi Lancer Es Sportback Review

A very competent a decent first car. Purchased second hand with 60K on the clock, for just $10500. At that price what you get is great. A solid 5* ancap with 7 airabgs, ESC, ect. Good forward visibility and very good interior space for such a small car. Good Turning circle and most importantly drives well...

1995 Mitsubishi Lancer Review

the 1995 Mitsubishi lancer cc glxi coupe is a stout little run about with styling that has aged well. it's body lines give off a feel of modern design despite being 20 years old. and with a solid aftermarket support base thanks to it's bigger brother from rally the lancer evolution upgrades are a plenty. the 1...

2001 Mitsubishi Lancer Review

In 2000 I was 13, a young and very impressionable teen who spent my Sundays glued to the TV watching the World Rally Championship in its prime. Tommi Makinen had just won his 4th consecutive WRC title which made him my hero. In 2001 Mitsubishi released the Ralliart Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution 6.5 Tommi Makinen Edition into Australia and through some miracle, my dad snagged the press car for a weekend...

2007 Mitsubishi Lancer Review

The Mitsubishi Evo name is steeped with rallying pedigree, a moniker synonymous with the petrolhead holy triumvirate of blistering speed, supreme handling prowess, and sporty looks. It is a vehicle that is understated and yet over delivers on driving thrills. To the uneducated it's just another lancer, but to those who live and breathe everything automotive, this is a car that commands respect...

2003 Mitsubishi Lancer Review

When the Mitsubishi Evolution VIII was released between 2003-2005 it had superb handling, an impressive four-wheel drive system, in my opinion the greatest engine ever made by Mitsubishi and dominate racing heritage. It was the type of car that you can take to the track and put it through its paces...

2014 Mitsubishi Lancer Gsr Sportback Review

Our lancer GSR replaced our 2007 380 SX and a 2007 CH 2.4 lancer ES wagon. The lancer is one of the bigger cars in this class and being a hatchback it has proven a handy IKEA hauler and not too drastic a down size from the 380. Front leg room is good and front seats are comfortable and there are handy storage and drink compartments...

2013 Mitsubishi Lancer Es Review

I love my 2013 manual ES Lancer sedan. I wanted a car with 4 or 5 doors and enough back seat legroom for teenage kids. At less than $16K driveaway, price was a big part of my decision. I am really happy with my Lancer - it is comfortable and quiet. The 2.0L engine means I don't have to change gears for all hills. It is relaxing to drive - almost lazy...

2010 Mitsubishi Lancer Vr-x Review

The Lancer at the time was the best looking small car on the market. Great value too, not compared to today's prices though. Sporty looks for a bloke, bigger engine option surely must be punchy, additional leather for appeal, and no-one in the price bracket could be the quality of the audio. Biggest mistake - not test driving on the highway...

2010 MITSUBISHI LANCER EVOLUTION Review

Overall the car is superb, with not very much drawbacks. The only drawbacks might be the fuel efficiency, super car owners will try to get you in a race and it looks a bit heavy compared to the GTR-R34. So if you are a daddy that loves speed, but don't want to sacrifice speed for a couple more seats of a SUV, this is a great car to put in the wish list...

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