2010 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution MR Touring

2010 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution MR Touring

Base price (with destination): $41,710
Price as tested: $41,710

Standard Equipment:
Heated front seats and sideview mirrors
Automatic headlights
Front side airbags
Side curtain airbags
Driver's side knee airbag
Tire pressure monitoring system
6-speed dual clutch transmission
Brembo disc brakes
Bilstein shocks with Eibach springs
Limited-slip front and rear differentials
Active center differential
Active yaw control
Automatic climate control
Keyless entry and starting
710W Rockford Fosgate sound system
Sirius satellite radio with 3-month subscription
Auxiliary audio input
Bluetooth connectivity
HID headlights with manual leveling
18-inch BBS forged aluminum alloy wheels

Options on this vehicle:

Key options not on vehicle:
Technology package - $2550
6-disc CD changer - $456
Front air dam - $600
Front brake air vents - $117
Front strut brace - $515
Intercooler pipes - $319
Navigation - $2499
Rear corner air dams - $420
Rear strut brace - $515
Rear spoiler - $110
Side skirts - $840

Fuel economy:
17 / 22 / 19 mpg

Size: 2.0L turbocharged/intercooled MIVEC four-cylinder
Horsepower: 291 hp @ 6500 rpm
Torque: 300 lb-ft @ 4000 rpm


6-speed dual clutch

Weight: 3594 lb

18 x 8.5-inch forged BBS aluminum alloy wheels
245/40 Yokohama Advan high performance tires

Competitors: Subaru Impreza WRX STI

5 of 5
So, the votes are in and the consensus is...what was Mitsubishi thinking? I hate to imagine what this thing is worth up here in Canada but it is likely more than some notable all-wheel drive sedans that offer far nicer build quality, comfort levels and overall refinement than the Lancer.
The wing adds character?? Funny, I always thought it made it cartoonish. Like driving around with a big sign on your car that says "I STILL LIVE IN MY PARENTS BASEMENT". Mitsubishi did a decent job of making the EVO something a grown man could drive, but for $40K? Absurd.

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