Mitsubishi Lancer car reviews
The Mitsubishi Lancer Hatchback offers great looks and decent practicality with reliability and good equipment levels. But it’s up against some very stiff competition.
Date added: Wednesday 01 December 2010.
The Ralliart is a hot hatch that looks far better on paper than it actually is on the road. Despite Mitsubishi Evo underpinnings, it lags behind the Golf GTI in almost every area.
Date added: Friday 28 August 2009.
The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X offers supercar-rivalling performance in a family saloon-sized package.
Date added: Thursday 23 October 2008.
The Mitsubishi Lancer takes inspiration from its rally-bred Evo stable-mate to produce an appealing saloon that's well equipped and looks superb.
Date added: Monday 23 June 2008.
The standard Mitsubishi Lancer is worthy, if lacking bundles of personality. But when it has an 'Evolution' badge, it turns into a fire-spitting monster. Can a car conceived for the world's rally stages make a useable everyday supersaloon car? We clocked almost 1,000 miles in the 366bhp turbocharged rocketship to find out.
Date added: Thursday 22 March 2007.
With the praise heaped on the turbocharged Evolution model, it’s easy to overlook Mitsubishi’s milder models. There’s no four-wheel drive, and performance isn’t anywhere near its rally-bred brother, but for a snitch over £11,500, the 2-litre Lancer Sport provides great value motoring.
Date added: Friday 05 January 2007.
The Mitsubishi Lancer has been named as the UK’s most reliable car of the last 15 years by aftermarket warranty company, Warranty Direct. The company uses a unique system called the Reliability Index to rate individual car’s reliability.
Date added: Wednesday 21 November 2012.
Fastest. Most accelerative. Most extreme. Three of the superlatives used to describe the hottest Mitsubishi yet – the Evo X FQ-400. But the figures its produces are more helpful. Nought to 62mph in 3.8 seconds, top speed limited to 155mph, 403bhp, 387lb/ft and a £50,000 price tag. Stuart Milne gets to grips with the most awesome Evo yet.
Date added: Monday 23 March 2009.
The Mitsubishi Lancer Ralliart – which will rival the Subaru Impreza WRX – will make its world debut at next week’s Paris Motor Show. Using a detuned version of the Evo X’s 2-litre turbocharged engine, the Mitsubishi Lancer Ralliart will develop 240bhp and sit, performance wise, in between the standard Lancer and super-hot Evolution X.
Date added: Friday 26 September 2008.
The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution series – or Evo as it's more commonly known – has been in production and relatively unchanged since it launched back in 1992. For 2008, Mitsubishi has launched this, the Evolution X (pronounced ten), and is only the second all-new Evo.
Date added: Sunday 23 March 2008.