Mitsubishi's Lancer Evolution delighted automotive enthusiasts when it finally arrived in the United States as a 2003 model. The second generation of this rally-bred street monster packs a 291-bhp turbocharged and intercooled engine in to a car with looks more befitting a $30,000 price tag. New driveline technologies make the day-to-day driving experience as rewarding as it is when your foot is pressed hard to the floor. The Lancer Evolution offers two trim levels: GSR and MR. MR models offer a dual-clutch automated manual transmission with paddle shifters. The fully independent suspension features struts in front and a multi-link suspension in back. Both GSR and MR models wear 18-inch wheels shod with 245/40R18 tires.
|Model/Trim/Package ||Engine || || ||MPG
|Lancer Evolution GSR ||2.0l I4 T (291-bhp) ||M5 ||AWD ||17/23/20 || ||$34,495|
|Lancer Evolution GSR Sight/Sound ||2.0l I4 T (291-bhp) ||M5 ||AWD ||17/23/20 || ||$36,495|
|Lancer Evolution GSR Premium ||2.0l I4 T (291-bhp) ||M5 ||AWD ||17/23/20 || ||$38,295|
|Lancer Evolution MR ||2.0l I4 T (291-bhp) ||SM6 ||AWD ||17/22/19 || ||$38,995|
|Lancer Evolution MR Touring ||2.0l I4 T (291-bhp) ||SM6 ||AWD ||17/22/19 || ||$40,995|