Know where you stand with the most up-to-date Kelley Blue Book Value at your fingertips. Dealer Rating: (6 reviews) «They contacted me but I went with a different vehicle. » Next Page >> Please wait … The Car Connection is published by Internet Brands Automotive Group. I knew this day was coming. My last hurrah in a new Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution before it disappears from showrooms. Upper trims get new upholstery and soft-touch door panels, help dress up a cabin that otherwise lacks sparkle.
Some extremely so. In Evolution guise, the 2013 Mitsubishi Lancer is as stiff, loud, raucous and fast as some real race cars. It’s loads of fun but not everyone’s idea of everyday transportation. Be sure you know what you’re getting into. Today’s tester, the Lancer SE AWD, occupies the second rung of a four-trim lineup that mixes and matches powertrains and drivetrain configurations. The dealership is part of a body shop so I asked if they would contact me with a price after being repaired. Power and torque depend on the market but all versions will have at least 280 PS (206 kW; 276 hp). (JDM version), the American market version will have slightly more. The Evo leaves this world the same way it came in: with a chintzy interior and enough performance to forgive all that’s missing.
Dealer Rating: (16 reviews) «Was told the car was in good condition. I showed up to softball sized hail damage on the roof. Fuel efficiency runs about mid-pack among compact sedans, ranging from the 26 mpg city/34 mpg highway/29 mpg combined for an automatic-equipped ES to the Ralliart’s 18/25/20. New this year on all but the ES are a standard touchscreen audio-system interface and rearview camera. Some studies call it the most reliable car sold in North America. Others in the segment feel fresher and more refined. Drove all the way from Lincoln, NE. Great experience with Lorenzo and Cecil and one other person I didn’t get his name.