Mitsubishi Lancer VRX review |

28 Feb 2015 | Author: | Comments Off on Mitsubishi Lancer VRX review |
Mitsubishi Lancer

VRX review

presents as a neat, well-proportioned enlivened by a more recent job. Photo Gallery

Dowling road tests and the Mitsubishi Lancer VRX with fuel economy and verdict.

Lancer VRX 3.5

Slicing up the world championship circuits gave Lancer an incredible sales It was then cool to own a Lancer and in the glow from the winner#39;s But that glory was 15 years

After Mitsubishi pulled out of in 2005, Lancer is just small car in a race even brutal than the WRC rounds the race to win sales.

If familiarity breeds contempt, almost seven years the same body shape has led to indifference and allowed rivals to the queue with cheaper turbocharged performance and more designs.

OK, so it#39;s a bit old. But it be cheaper. Only the recently-launched Nissan Pulsar SSS is more but that#39;s by a mere $50 while the competitors listed here are more fuel efficient.

The VRX automatic is $32,240 and gets a level of kit including leather 18-inch alloys, a brilliant Fosgate nine-speaker surround-sound rear park sensors camera, sat-nav and rear

But the best feature is ownership: The is a fat five years or 130,000km and assist goes to five if you keep servicing at a dealer. price service means a $750 for three years and is a reasonable 50 per cent.

Lancer as a neat, well-proportioned sedan by a more recent nose job for the VRX, consists of a bold jet-fighter (Mitsubishi#39;s term) which marks the car almost as – certainly a step up on the impression of its cheaper siblings.

The bootlid spoiler and 18-inch kick the theme along. The VRX is available as a liftback for no extra and adds more load but, weirdly, has a smaller area. Cabin style is but very effective though the start still needs the to twist a faux key in the ignition

The 125kW/226Nm 2.4-litre is a step up on the issue 2-litre and works a CVT automatic with a preset manual mode controlled by shifters. The engine was born in and is shared with Chrysler Jeep Patriot and so on) and Hyundai-Kia ( Fe . Optima . iMax and iLoad) and by Mitsubishi as 1.8-litre, 2-litre and turbocharged (Evo) forms.

Lancer#39;s suspension is par-for-course front struts and multi-link and braking is all-wheel discs. The VRX Mitsubishi#39;s LINK infotainment with seven-inch touch and sat-nav with 3D mapping.

a five-star crash rating, airbags, electronic stability and control, ABS brakes with brakeforce distribution and brake rear park sensors, a camera and two Isofix child anchor points. The spare is a though a full-size is optional.

Mitsubishi Lancer

Don#39;t get excited about the size. The 2.4-litre is no performance and noted more for its smoothness and torque than outright The CVT auto tars it with of a revvy, noisy and lag-ridden but Mitsubishi gets this one even outdoing more CVT-equipped rivals.

Solid confident cornering and good comfort are highlights but there#39;s wind noise and tyre (on coarse bitumen) than cars in its class. Taken as a or commuter car and it rewards with its of use and docile manners.

It#39;s reliable, safe, the warranty is excellent and the service are cheap. The conservative motorist#39;s

Mitsubishi Lancer VRX

Price: $32,240

Warranty: 5 Years/130,000km, up to 5yr assist

Capped servicing: for 3yrs

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