Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Model Overview
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Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Questions
Brake Lights/ Parking Lights Won’t Work
I recently made the mistake of connecting my battery terminals backwards...I replaced all the damaged fuses and checked all the relays. Turn signals work and headlights work. The only light that c...
Brake Lights/ Parking Lights Don’t Work On 08 Evo X
Re Starting Sale With Buyer I Cancelled It To Lower Price!
I cancelled my sale with my buyer to lower the price I want to start the sale again at 24,800.00
2010 Lancer Evolution GSR Bluetooth
When on a phone call, my phone connects to my car via Bluetooth with no problems. But it’s only when I’m on a call that other apps can be used/heard via Bluetooth, like Spotify and Google Maps. An...
Anyone had clanking while they are downshifting going down hills in a Evo X? And anyone know why there would be an idle , just changed the spark plugs and fixed a vacuum leak
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Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Overview
In designing the Lancer Evolution, Mitsubishi has taken its sport-oriented Lancer sedan and kicked its power and exterior styling up a notch to create what is essentially a street-legal racer. The most recent version of the Lancer Evo, as it is known to aficianados, is the 2008 model, designated the Evolution X.
Like previous versions of the Evolution, the 2008 Evo X will be powered by a four-cylinder engine, though the '08 will get a turbocharged version that will produce about 300 horsepower. It also will receive a redesigned four-wheel-drive system, called the Super All-Wheel Control system, or SAWC, and revised exterior styling, with a new grille, headlights, taillights, and rear spoiler, as well as a new interior.
The 2006 version of the Lancer Evolution, which is the most recent existing production car, was powered by a turbocharged 2.0-liter inline four-cylinder engine with variable value timing that pushed horsepower to 286. It was available in three trim packages, including the RS, the IX, and the SE. All three came with a five-speed manual overdrive transmission (which was standard equipment across the Lancer line), as well as air conditioning, Recaro front sport seats, a leather-trimmed steering wheel, and dual front airbags, among other options.