i want to know how fast a 2003 lancer ES can accelerate in 1 minute

Asked by Jun 23, 2008 at 04:05 PM about the 2003 Mitsubishi Lancer ES

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8,375

Depends on who's driving...and if you can get enough open road... I'm guessing though since we're talking about a minute it'll run right up to the limiters in that amount of time.

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205

my wife owns one and i am sure it will be going fast enough to be hard to hold on to as i know it cruises at 160 nicely and takes no where near a minute to get there as well as i have been unable to find any limiters on this car as i like to say she will go til she blows

3,165

that car sure as hell doesnt go 160 you would be lucky to get 115 out of it tached out it would probably be going about 100

10

i've raced lancers and the stock, non evo lancer will run 125 easy depending on the model and where the limiters are set if any... an evo will cruse over 140 easy tho...

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160 km is what i meant i have had it at 200 km with no problems at that speed it just seems light and floaty on bc's highways because of the ups and downs so i stopped there, the car with the room will like i say go till it blows

145

It takes about 7-10 seconds to accelerate these cars from 0-60, so keep that in mind.

10

do any of you dumb a**s know what your talking about.

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