Which according to you is the Best EVO?

Asked by Dec 24, 2009 at 08:39 AM about the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution

Question type: General

With the EVO X out... which do you think is the best EVO out there...

6 Answers

35

def the evo 9.

25

Evo IX....without a doubt!

35

4B11T all the way (aka X)

35

Def the IX... the IX is the first year with the MIVEC. It's faster than the VIII and the X right out of the box (before you blast me, do your research... higher hp doesn't always mean "go faster.") The X is too bulky. 4G63T FTW! 20+ years of research, development and excellence with MIVEC on top of that, how can you go wrong? IDK why Mitsubishi stopped production of the $g63

45

2006 Evo 9 is the best performance evo you can get.

35

^^^ That is a beautiful Evo IX :) Yes they are the best performance ones, not to mention the best looking lol

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