The stainless steel exhaust manifold and turbocharger are located on the rear of the transversely mounted engine, close to the firewall, and help to improve weight distribution. New For 2013 The aging Lancer continues with few changes for 2013. That fairly thirsty little motor will be replaced by a or possibly all electric system. Unlike its less impressive siblings, the Evolution is the ideal blend of style and delivery. The electric motors will power the vehicle at low to middle speeds, while the engine will kick on at high speeds. Weight distribution has been further enhanced by locating both the battery and the windshield washer fluid tank inside the trunk area. The Ralliart gets a 237-horsepower 2.
What plans do you have for your Evo? The system can detect the presence of the Fast Key within a specific vicinity of the vehicle, and will automatically unlock the doors. Star Star Star Star No-Star There is only one word to describe the 2013 Lancer Evolution. All 2013 Lancer Evolution models feature a well-tuned suspension design that consists of inverted MacPherson struts up front with a multi-link at the rear, a race-ready Brembo® braking system with 4-piston calipers with 13. The sporty styling continues with the dual exhaust pipes, which also help to move the exhaust gas out freely. In Normal mode, the Lancer Evolution drives similar to most automatic transmission-equipped vehicles.
TruckCabinFilter selectedCabinList, null ; truckCabinFilter. In manual mode, shifts can be made with the console-mounted gear selector or the magnesium-alloy steering wheel paddle shifters. On the resale side, we do not expect the Lancer to retain its value as well as the exceptionally resilient Civic or the Mazda3. The automatic climate control and optional upgraded entertainment system address both comfort and entertainment. While there are plenty of more-fuel-efficient choices in the category, and others that offer more features at a lower price, few can match the vibrant driving experience and something-for-everyone model range provided by the Lancer. From the side, you can also see the red Brembo brake calipers that show through the alloy wheels. This would mean a 1.
The color options continue the masculine, racecar feeling. FuelTypeFilter selectedFuelTypeList, null ; fuelTypeFilter. That price makes it a bargain for the amount of performance you get, although it may seem a little steep if you just look at the trim level of the interior. Compared to the sporty indulgence of the exterior design, the cabin looks a little bland. Our low prices, outstanding shipping rates and Loyalty Rewards program help ensure you can do even more with your hard-earned money.
The slightly widened stance speaks to its powerful capabilities. ColorFilter selectedColorList, 'exteriorColorFilter', 'exteriorColorName', 'Color', 'colors', null ; colorFilter. Barring any further safety risks, the race will commence on August 12. The Evo is one of the best models has ever offered and fans everywhere were shocked that the company would take such extreme measures. Still, the whole line shows an appreciation for response, balance and involving the driver. Overall, the 2013 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution is a rollercoaster on wheels. Keeping drivers safe is a critical aspect of the design when creating a vehicle that will be pushed through the incredible challenges of world championship driving.
A large part of this is thanks to its much softer ride that will make it no problem taking long trips. Anti-lock brakes combine with electronic technology to completely eliminate wheel locking during hard braking. Help shop for your new car with informative car buying tips and car recall news, and be entertained with feature stories, Top 10s and car review videos. Shifts are utterly seamless, with almost no discernible lag time. Even though this line of vehicles has been around for quite some time now, the Evolution is a refreshing step forward. The sleek lines of the sides and roof of the Evolution are streamlined and undisturbed by unnecessary features.
Mitsubishi is recalling certain model year 2008-2013 Lancer Evolution vehicles manufactured from December 12, 2007, through March 5, 2013. The rumor has long been that the would be a diesel-electric hybrid. These are all sporting automobiles. This system allows for the car to be unlocked without direct contact from the driver. Driving Experience It should come as no surprise that driving the 2013 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution is described as both fun and thrilling.
The interior design looks a little stale and there's too much hard, cheap plastic. The transmission is a close-ratio unit and when we say close, we mean microscopically close. Recall Date 2013-09-19 Description Mitsubishi Motors North America, Inc. Mitsubishi engineers programmed three automatic drive modes for the Twin-Clutch Sportronic Shift Transmission: Normal, Sport and S-Sport. Engineers have made the most of high-tech lightweight but exceptionally strong materials.
While the five-speed is a pleasure to shift, we do wonder if a six-speed transmission would have been better to make the car more usable daily and to improve gas mileage. Optional all-wheel drive helps with traction control on slick or rainy roads. The Sportback's flexible configuration delivers an impressive 52. And like that younger fan base, the Evo has matured over the years. Much of the detailing of the cabin of the Evolution comes across as somewhat of an afterthought. Those wanting something slightly more subtle may opt for the pristine Apex Silver or Cosmic Blue finishes. What really makes the Evolution rally-ready is its all-wheel-drive system and it is one of the best available.
The Lancer Evolution, however, is definitely the standout. The overall racing aesthetic of the exterior of the Mitsubishi Lancer Revolution is continued into the cockpit where incredibly supportive racing seats provide stability and comfort. The recall began on November 12, 2013. With a bore and stroke both measuring 86. DoorsFilter selectedDoorsList, null ; doorsFilter.