New and Used Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution / Ralliart: Prices, Photos, Reviews, Specs – The Car Connection

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The Mitsubishi Evolution and Lancer Ralliart are sports sedans—now joined by a hatchback, too—that offer all-wheel-drive performance in a rather package. Primary rivals to the Evolution include the Subaru WRX while top alternatives to the sporty include the Subaru WRX and MazdaSpeed3.

Fans of fast small and the rally racing set rallied for for Mitsubishi to bring its rally-race-tuned (commonly called Evo) to the market, and finally for 2003—after brought its WRX—Mitsubishi did. The Evo arrived with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine, making 271 and hooked up to a five-speed manual

The quick-ratio steering was about as as it gets, and the suspension rock-hard and lending a very serious but feel to the whole package. was phenomenal, and the all-wheel-drive system sent power to the right to take best advantage of it. A improved version for 2006 Evo IX) brought better low-end and throttle response, while an MR got a six-speed manual.

Overall, any of these Evolution are a thrill to drive fast, and one of the critically praised models for enthusiasts, but their touchy response, rough ride, and interior are obvious tradeoffs. The also left lots to be felt cheap and flimsy and the model’s budget Lancer

For 2008, the Lancer Evolution was redesigned and gained a 291-horsepower of the turbocharged 2.0-liter four. A new (super all-wheel control) was an improvement on the former all-wheel-drive and an excellent six-speed dual-clutch allows incredibly fast and downshifts without upsetting the excellent poise in corners—though a little lurchy at times in driving.

A five-speed manual is but the flagship performance model, the MR, is new for and gets a six-speed manual. The MR upgrades to the twin-clutch gearbox, a more compliant suspension, wheels, HID headlamps, and a lot of other equipment.

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Overall these latest models are slightly less which most owners like, though some lament that they quite as edgy as their The superb Recaro seats are optional come highly Both the Lancer Ralliart and have vastly upgraded versus previous versions and now electronic stability control, bags, and a driver knee

First introduced for 2009, the Ralliart model bridges the gap the base Lancer econocars and the Evolution, and provides a head-on for the Subaru WRX. The Ralliart a lower-boost, 237-hp version of the engine, and in normal driving come to like this a bit better because of its smoother delivery and more responsive in the low to mid revs. However the Ralliart is a bit and doesn’t handle quite as while both the Evo and Ralliart resemble the Lancer GTS, the Evo has its own structure, with some of the panels replaced with aluminum.

For 2010, a completely loaded even more boldly MR Touring model was added to the lineup, while a new Sportback hatchback body style of the was also new. It adds a extra cargo flexibility, road noise is more Mitsubishi added a few more surfaces, as well as gloss-black trim, for 2012.

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