Mitsubishi Lancer Overview
It was in 1992 that Mitsubishi Motors launched the first Lancer GSR l. It was produced for the purpose of it joining the World Rally Championship.
The Mitsubishi Lancer and Lancer Evolution withdrew from the Mitsubishi list in 2017 (Mitsubishi Lancer) and 2015 (Lancer Evolution). Though retired, Mitsubishi still gathers attention from automotive fanatics. The Mitsubishi Lancer is no longer produced, but its legacy lives on.
The exterior features of the Mitsubishi Lancer include an optional rear spoiler, standard exterior mirror, optional mudguards, and standard interval wipers. Standard fog lights are available, optional power sun/moonroof, standard daytime running lights, and a standard cargo area light.
The interior of a Mitsubishi Lancer is composed of a standard 5-seat. The Lancer also features standard power windows, tilt steering, and a power-adjustable exterior mirror. It also has a standard air conditioning system and a standard second-row folding seat.
Technology & Safety Features
The Lancer is equipped with anti-lock brakes, stability control, front impact, side, overhead, and knee airbags. It also comes with pre-tensioners and a security system. The tech features are as follows: high-resolution 7-inch touchscreen, 3D mapping services, diamond lane guidance, SiriusXM satellite radio, and a premium Rockford Fosgate sound system.
Platform & Chassis
Mitsubishi car manufacturer produced the Mitsubishi Lancer in 1973. It is a 4-door sedan, 5-door hatchback with a Mitsubishi GS platform.
The Mitsubishi Lancer had 7 variants starting from its 1973 model. In 1988-1993, the fourth generation Lancer got an elegant facelift compared to its predecessor. In 1994-1996, the Lancer created a sportier vehicle. The seventh generation of Lancer came in 2000-2003 which had a new look, expressing more of Mitsubishi’s corporate specification. In 2003, the seventh generation Lancer got a facelift that aimed mostly on appearance. In 2007, at the Detroit Motor Show, the seventh generation introduced the Lancer generation worldwide. In 2008, the Lancer Ralliart was introduced at the Paris Motor Show. In 2016 up to the present, the compact sedan Lancer was introduced.
Engine & Drivetrain
The last iteration of the Mitsubishi Lancer comes in two engine choices: 4-cylinder, 2.0L engine with a power output of 148 hp, and the 2.4Liter engine with a power output of 168 hp.