Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X Review

11 May 2015 | Author: | Comments Off on Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X Review
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Evolution X

Mitsubishi has a racing pedigree over 40 years of Motor including four drivers and one World Rally Championships.

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Mitsubishi has a racing spanning over 40 years of Sport, including four and one Manufacturer World Rally The all-new Mitsubishi Lancer X is the latest incarnation of Mitsubishi’s inspired cars.

The Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X was introduced to the UK on 1st 2008, following on from a line of Evo’s, all legendary in own right. Prices for the Mitsubishi Evo X at ВЈ29,499 and rise to ВЈ49,999 for the introduced FQ-400.

It is available in a of outputs – FQ-300 SST 295 bhp 407 Nm 155 FQ-300 5M/T 295 bhp 407 Nm 155 mph, 5M/T 329 bhp 437 Nm 155 mph, FQ-360 359 bhp 492 Nm 155 mph and the recently announced FQ-400 403 bhp 525 Nm 155 mph

We drove the Mitsubishi Lancer X FQ-360 GSR, which at the of testing was the most powerful of the Evo

How It Drove – Performance

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Common to the Mitsubishi Evolution X is Mitsubishi’s new 2.0-litre turbocharged, four-cylinder 4B11 DOHC petrol engine, available in power outputs, ranging 295 bhp to 403 bhp.

We drove the Mitsubishi Evolution X FQ-360 which is with 359 bhp and is enough to catapult it 0-62 mph in an eye watering 4.1 seconds and on to an electronically limited 155 mph. We that ‘FQ’ stands for ‘expletive’ quick and even if it it is f-quick. There is very lag from the turbocharger and once it in all hell brakes loose.

As the revs build up, we went yes this is quick to good and then it all gets a little as you change up the gears.

The five manual gearbox is easy to use the four ratios being close although a sixth would have been when cruising, especially on the – as the Mitsubishi Evo X can whine on a and we do have to think of the environment.

It is amazing how docile the Mitsubishi Evo X can be for such an angry looking it is quite happy to potter town behaving itself any drama. Although you may find the on the heavy side should you to commute daily in heavy

We achieved around 24 mpg touring footed driving) and on the motorway we returning around 32 mpg – use the Evo as it is designed and this will considerably. The official fuel are Urban 12.9 mpg, Urban 26.9 mpg and a combined of 19.9 mpg, so were happy with our figures.

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