2013 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution, Reviews, News, & Model Prices – Automobile Magazine

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2013 Mitsubishi Lancer

SUM UP (4 Stars)

By Automobile Magazine

What’s New for Lancer Evolution in

The all-wheel-drive Lancer SE gains new wheels and an optional premium which includes a sunroof, a steering wheel and shift soft-touch door trim, and an audio system. more

The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution has few changes from past years and the car remains a popular among those looking for a car with relatively little In recent years Mitsubishi has the rest of the Lancer line, but it is clear that the Evolution supreme. Mitsubishi brought the Evolution to the U.S. back in as it had been quite popular in markets.

The Lancer Evolution has long eclipsed the Mitsubishi Eclipse as the jewel of the Mitsubishi lineup and the Evolution represents one of the most cars on the road. Buyers the choice of two different trims, they have identical frames and the price differential the two is minimal.


The exterior of the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution looks distinctive and the ultra-compact reflects the car’s foreign The pronounced spoiler in the rear and antenna almost give the car the of a remote control vehicle. that the car starts north of the mark, it may deter some buyers that the appearance look very luxurious, but the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution a relatively limited demographic

The car hugs the ground with 5.5 inches of ground clearance, adds to its sporty appearance.

Interior Cargo

The interior of the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution is underwhelming, particularly for a car at its price The cheap plastic interior is not pleasing to the eye. Drivers spring for the optional Recaro which elevate the interior. for the MR trim also brings a gearbox. The enhanced stereo should appeal to younger

Otherwise, the 2013 Mitsubishi Evolution feels like a subcompact car at an expensive price. The steering wheel provides a touch, however.

Although are rear seats, rear are in for a difficult ride. With 33.3 inches of rear only the smallest of passengers comfortable riding in it and long trips should probably be The 2013 Mitsubishi Lancer is not designed for long drives and the seats are not particularly comfortable passengers should expect discomfort.

The Lancer Evolution also make a wise choice for who have substantial cargo as the car offers a scant 11.3 feet of cargo space. in the front appreciate the generous inches of front legroom, it clear that the car keeps in mind.


The 2013 Lancer Evolution offers an of standard safety features. include front, side, and driver’s knee airbags. brakes also provide a as well as a tire-pressure monitoring Stability and traction control a well-balanced ride and the anti-theft system gives it another touch. Those who spring for the MR get rewarded with HID headlamps.

The 2013 Mitsubishi Lancer has not been awarded a Top Safety by the Insurance Institute For Highway although it should be noted the non-Evolution and Ralliart Lancers awarded Top Safety Picks.


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The driving experience is the calling card for the 2013 Lancer Evolution.

Drivers the choice between the five-speed of the base GSR or the six-speed manual of the MR. The in transmission marks the main between the two trims so if a five-speed is no great need to spring for the trim. One of the benefits of the 2013 Lancer Evolution is that the car all-wheel drive standard on trims.

Despite its compact size, it is a very capable car for harsh conditions and should appeal to who live in harsh climates.

The appeal to driving the 2013 Lancer Evolution is the thrill of at high speeds in a relatively vehicle. Both the GSR and MR trims with a four-cylinder, 291-horsepower that delivers 300 lb-ft of Of course, driving at high is not particularly amenable to everyday and this is where the performance Handling does not feel smooth and drivers get subjected to amounts of road noise.

with a lengthy commute or a amount of city driving look elsewhere or purchase the Evolution as a complement to their vehicle. However, the car manages to exceptionally fast. From a the 2013 Mitsubishi Lancer goes from zero to 60 mph in 5.8

A negative to the 2013 Mitsubishi Evolution is that despite its size the car receives relatively fuel economy, which from the size of its engine. can expect to receive 17/23 mpg

Key Competitors For The 2013 Mitsubishi -Evolution

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Focus ST

Subaru Impreza WRX STi


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