2004 Mitsubishi Lancer Sportback Review

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Mitsubishi Lancer Sportback

2004 Mitsubishi Lancer

2004 Mitsubishi Lancer Review

Functional, frugal and

By Mitch McCullough and Larry

Overview

T he Mitsubishi Lancer is a range of compact cars. The sedans are roomy and comfortable, with sporty, supportive The new Sportback wagons offer and fun at affordable prices.

The best is the Lancer ES, a very pleasant with a smooth ride, handling, and a nice interior. The O-Z Rally looks cool and sports appeal without the budget. The Ralliart package the Lancer into a true compact car with its more 2.4-liter MIVEC engine and suspension.

The related but deviant black of the family is the Mitsubishi Lancer which joins the Subaru WRX in an class of street-legal cars appeal to extreme enthusiasts.

Lineup

The Lancer ES ($13,597) is the popular model due to its competitive and generous amount of standard It comes with air conditioning, a in the instrument cluster, an in-dash CD and power windows, mirrors and locks. ES comes standard a five-speed manual gearbox, but a automatic ($14,397) is available.

Mitsubishi Lancer Sportback

The Lancer LS is a more luxurious that adds cruise a remote keyless entry a 60/40 split rear a fold-out armrest with carpeted mats on the floor, speakers for the audio system, and intermittent windshield wipers. enhancements to the LS include body-colored handles and mirrors, and larger, aluminum alloy wheels 195/60R15 tires. The LS ($15,997) standard with the automatic.

The LS Preferred Package enhances with antilock brakes side airbags and 15-inch wheels.

The O-Z Rally ($15,797) its name from O-Z Racing (pronounced oh-zee), an Italian that makes top-quality for Formula 1, CART, and World Championship race cars. The O-Z Lancer wears sporty work inspired by the rally including bumper extensions and rear, and side skirts. gauges and a cockpit trimmed in with plastic panels resemble brushed aluminum the interior a racy look.

A manual is standard, a four-speed ($16,597) is optional. The only option is a sunroof ($750).

The Ralliart sedan ($17,997) is by a 2.4-liter engine with variable valve timing. The comes standard with a manual with a short-throw identical to the one used in the Lancer However, it can also can be equipped a four-speed automatic ($18,797).

The setup includes four-wheel brakes with ABS and EBD, a suspension with stiffer to reduce body roll in a more responsive steering freer-flowing exhaust and 16-inch wheels with all-season tires. The car takes its name Mitsubishi#39;s Ralliart rally and features an exterior appearance that includes front and air dams, fog lights, a rear and Evolution GT-A bucket Side airbags, sunroof, and a Infinity CD/audio system are as a package ($1,500).

Sportback wagons come in LS and Ralliart ($19,197) versions, with the 2.4-liter engine and The Preferred Equipment Package includes roof rails, mirrors, 15-inch wheels, control, and a cargo cover.

The Evolution ($28,987) is a homologation for the World Rally Championship. On the it#39;s a serious hot rod with a turbocharged engine, four-wheel and a sports suspension. Practically to race, it gets high-performance and a stiffened body structure.

It#39;s fitted with a front fascia, a big rear and a rear-window wiper (useful charging down muddy, special stages at 100 mph). The car gets sports seats and interior features.

• For information such as specs, and photos of the 2004 Mitsubishi Sportback, click here: Mitsubishi Lancer Sportback.

Mitsubishi Lancer Sportback

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