2001 Mitsubishi lancer what does GL stands for?

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Asked by Aug 05, 2009 at 09:38 AM about the Mitsubishi Lancer

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Mitsubishi Lancers didnt have a GL model. Their models consist of DE, ES, now a ES Sport, GTS, RalliArt, and then the big boys...Evolution GSR, and Evolution MR. You may be thinking of either Nissan or Volkswagen.

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And also most models dont really mean anything. however DE model I dont know, but I think it goes like ES economy sport, GTS grand touring sedan, GSR grand sport racer

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Thanks for the consideration, in asian countries where japanese domestic used cars are sold the lancer basic version conmes as GL

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