2014 Mitsubishi Lancer Sportback – Top Speed

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Mitsubishi Lancer Sportback

2014 Mitsubishi Lancer Sportback

Mitsubishi Lancer Sportback

Engine: inline-4 Horsepower @ RPM: 168 @ 6000 MPG(Cty): 22 MPG(Hwy): 29 Torque @ RPM: 167 @ 4100 Displacement: 2.4 L 0-60 time: 10 sec. (Est.) Top Speed: 115 mph (Est.)

For years, Mitsubishi has barely made a dent in the automotive world. The rise of competition and the general ambivalence towards automotive progress have played their part in that.

But if there#8217;s one model that Mitsubishi can still rely on these days, it#8217;s the Lancer .

Tried, tested and proven to the hilt, the Lancer has become the standard-bearer for everything that Mitsubishi has represented in the auto industry. That#8217;s all well and good, especially for a brand that relies on the model so much.

One particular trim for the Lancer that Mitsubishi has high hopes for is the Lancer Sportback. It shouldn#8217;t come as a surprise that a lot of people are high on this model, proudly carrying the Lancer badge all while coming in a space-saving hatchback trim that#8217;s far removed from the mighty Lancer Evolution models.

Even though it#8217;s not as powerful as its Evolution brother, the Lancer Sportback has plenty of endearing qualities about it. And again, for Mitsubishi, that#8217;s a win in its own right.

Click past the jump to read about the Mitsubishi Lancer Sportback

Mitsubishi Lancer Sportback


In some ways, the Mitsubishi Lancer Sportback doesn#8217;t deviate too much from what we#8217;ve come to know about the car. Don#8217;t get us wrong; there are some pretty interesting details about the car that#8217;ll get your juices flowing.

For one, it adheres to its Sportback name by taking on its shape. That#8217;s always a good thing; plus, Mitsubishi really worked extra hard to give the Lancer Sportback an edgy and aggressive look, no more evident than the presence of an aggressive front grille, angled headlamps, chrome-tipped exhaust and a raised rear spoiler. Mitsubishi says that all these added components make the Lancer Sportback stand out in a crowd.

On that note, you won#8217;t hear any complaints from us.

Another particularly interesting feature of the ride is the presence of Thule sport rack sockets that transform your roof into one that#8217;s capable of carrying just about anything. Be it a snowboard, a bike, a kayak or skiing items, these sockets will give you easy storage at any given point and time.

We would#8217;ve liked it if Mitsubishi gave the exterior a refreshed look, but we#8217;re not complaining about what it#8217;s got right now. Touches of sporty aggression go hand in hand with its improved performance credentials. That, in itself, is a point on the plus side.

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Mitsubishi Lancer Sportback
Mitsubishi Lancer Sportback
Mitsubishi Lancer Sportback
Mitsubishi Lancer Sportback
Mitsubishi Lancer Sportback

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