Description: The Mitsubishi Lancer is a 4-door, 5-passenger family sedan, available in 4 trims, ranging from the DE to the Ralliart.
The DE is equipped with a standard 2.0-liter, I4, 152-horsepower engine that achieves 22-mpg in the city and 31-mpg on the highway. The Ralliart is equipped with a standard 2.0-liter, I4, 237-horsepower, turbo engine that achieves 17-mpg in the city and 25-mpg on the highway.
Strengths: Good looking, well equived, top safe rating, good engine
Weaknesses: Carbin noise, handling
Summary: A very smart choice for first new car buyer, a young man like me who just started a new career.
the price is good, with 7 air bags and EBD, ASC what else you can ask for.
the look is stunning, perfect for a young person. Engine gives enough power on hills, the sound of engine is very nice, and now I am never worry about wipe and lights, they on and off automatically, how amazing is that for that price
Handling is bit lame, sometimes feel bit tough, also the major problem is the cabin noise, specially on free way, the tyre noise is obviouse when you drive over 100km.
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Rating Reviewed by: jean(Unregistered User)
Review Date June 21, 2007
Overall Rating 2 of 5
Value Rating 2 of 5
Used product for Less than 1 month
Visitors rate this review 4.14 of 5,
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Year / Model Reviewed: 2007 Mitsubishi Lancer
Strengths: The Lancer’s proportions and details are spot on. The high beltline adds to the impression of size from the outside, yet allows occupants to feel surrounded and safe. Mitsu ripped off the tail lamp design from the Alfa 156– a gorgeous machine that Americans never got the chance to ignore. The Lancer’s new front fascia copies Audi’s current pig snout and makes it work, flanking the orifice with a set of angry eyes headlights and bisecting the otherwise gaping maw with a suitably wide bumper.
Weaknesses: The new Lancer is not a stunning design per se– it’s more handsome than drop-dead gorgeous. But it is a stunning development for Mitsubishi. The Lancer is to Mitsubishi what the Altima was to Nissan five years ago: a radical reskin that instantly elevates a plain-Jane model from zero to hero. Unfortunately, the parallel continues inside.
Summary: In “The Blue-Eyed Salaryman,” American author Niall Murtagh charts his fourteen year career inside Mitsubishi Japan. When Murtagh gets transferred to Osaka, he concludes that the Tokyo part of the company focuses on large visionary research projects, while Osaka demands practical applications. And there you have it: the dichotomy that accounts for Mitsubishi’s progress in the automotive arena. You have visionary products like the Evo with very little practical purpose, and dull products like the Outlander with very little vision. So where does the new Lancer fit?
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Strengths: looks, drive, control, grip n handlin, d DS mode of d glx dat turns a simple city saloon to a turbo charge ralliart evo 8 uptodate.... yeah i aint jokin... not the es but glx has it... top of d class!!!!!!
Weaknesses: nothin much cze its just a gr8 car... ok mayb they should get rid of that manual a/c control knob system ....... its kinda getin 2 long on d tooth
Summary: waoh this car simply rocks. its sexy, hot n just a beauty...
turns heads around especially d purple grey n black colour...
good mits added d wooden interiors... they shld include letha seats well advice them............
smooth drive, great appearance ,,,,,, i simply LOVE this beauty....
welll 2 those who are plannin to get one d glx is d best opt,,,, the es ,,,,,nahhh aint dat goood...
but man d glx rocks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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merc - some old model dn wry
yup like dats it ok
n once a ssanyong n saab
well just 2 add mitsubishi rocks baby
Strengths: 60/40 Back seat split
Acceleration great when needed
Power Windows/ Locks
Stylish Interior with Silver Black (wood like) trim
Comfort ride, handles great
Weaknesses: Veers to the right
Heat shield tends to get loose
NO Anti Lock Brakes
Summary: My brother has the Lancer Evolution, so it was hard to compare. I love the look and feel of the car, drives like any BMW. With better gas mileage and safety. Easy to get in and out with plenty of room. For a new Mom this was important.