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Mitsubishi Lancer Model Overview

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2017 Mitsubishi Lancer Overview
New 2017 Mitsubishi Lancer For Sale
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2016 Mitsubishi Lancer Overview
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Mitsubishi Lancer Questions


Timing Belt On 2003 Lancer Oz Got Chewed Up Will That Effect The Motor

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Todd Gelling

Misabishi Lancer 1990

My misabishi lancer is makinh a clicking noise when running bit gets louder as i accelerate i was wondering what it was and how to fix it or would it be cheaper to get another motor put in

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2002 Mitsubishi Lancer Oz Rally

My Car is manual while driving and giving gas it stalls and hesitates. I push the gas all the way down and it feels like no gas it's passing by, but im no mechanic. Just a female that loves her ca...

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Stacy Normandeau

Mitsubishi Lancer Se Won't Start

I have a 2012 Mitsubishi Lancer SE AWD. The car randomly won't start, sometimes it does, and sometimes it doesn't. When it doesn't start I have to get a boost and then it runs fine. It makes no soun...

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Todd Gelling

Misabishi Lancer 1990

My 1990 misabishi lancer wont start i beleave it is the starter motor due to there is no sound at all .. i was wondering what the easiest and cheapest way to fix this issue is. Thank you

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Mitsubishi Lancer Overview

The Mitsubishi Lancer compact sport sedan was introduced to the U.S. in 2002 as a replacement for the Mirage, but the Lancer was not a new car. It had earned its racing stripes as part of Mitsubishi's international rally competition for nearly 30 years, and was actually on its sixth generation when it finally appeared in America's showrooms.

Because the Lancer replaced what was considered an economy car, it probably was not fully appreciated in its early years. But it quickly established itself as a true street-legal racer, thanks not only to the Lancer itself, but also to its turbocharged, more sport-oriented cousin, the Lancer Evolution.

In its first year the Lancer was offered in three trim packages - the entry-level ES and the higher-end LS, as well as the OZ Rally. Power was provided by a 120-horsepower, 2.0-liter inline four cyclinder engine linked to a five-speed manual transmission.

A more powerful 162-horsepower Ralliart version of the Lancer was added in 2004, and the vehicle received a complete redesign with the 2008 model, which has been receiving rave reviews. The 2008 model is equipped with an all-new, all-aluminum 2.0-liter MIVEC (Mitsubishi Innovative Valve-timing Electronic Control) four-cylinder powerplant that delivers 152 horsepower. It also comes with an expanded list of standard features and options.