2011 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution / Ralliart Review and News – MotorAuthority

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2011 Mitsubishi Lancer / Ralliart – Review

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The Lancer Evolution, and to a lesser the Lancer Ralliart, are two cars don’t need any introduction at MotorAuthority. Together with closest rivals, the Subaru WRX and Impreza WRX STI, are some of the performance bargains out there and who purchases one is in store for a load of possibly going to lose points on their license.

That’s because the Lancer which is priced from $27k, comes packing a four-cylinder engine with of tuning potential. In stock the engine already outputs 237 and 253 pound-feet of torque, and matched to its clutch transmission and all-wheel system offers a very option in this segment.

Remember, this powertrain is essentially a detuned version of the one in the Lancer Evolution and at this level we think it’s a It also gets the Lancer lightweight aluminum hood special air ducts to keep the cool, as well as an aggressively front bumper and dual

Additionally, there’s also a Sportback model available, is essentially a hatchback variant of the sedan.

However, if you can afford the extra 10 or so for the Lancer Evolution, go for it. This is the generation of Mitsubishi’s rally-fighter for the street. It packs the same turbocharged 2.0-liter engine in the Lancer Ralliart but with tuned to 291 horsepower and 300 pound-feet of

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The top of the range model is the Lancer MR, followed by a new entry for 2011, the SE. and the GSR out the range. All are great buys and we either the six-speed manual or dual clutch unit.

cars come with rally-bred all-wheel drive dubbed Super All-Wheel or S-AWC for short. Key features an active center differential, a gear front differential, and yaw control.

Standard features on the Lancer include fog lights, a hands-free system, a trip computer, climate control, Bluetooth leather trim, and aluminum Upgrade to the Lancer Evolution and you get improved suspension, nicer and HID headlamps.

Inside, there’s a of sporty bucket seats, on the Lancer Evolution, 60/40-split seats, a generous trunk and a standard sound system. A based navigation and music system remains an option.

Head over to TheCarConnection for a detailed look at the 2011 Lancer Ralliart and Evolution.

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