2014 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Cars.com Review


During its seven model years in existence, the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution has never before suffered from an identity crisis. The four-door sports sedan has always known its purpose: Cheap speed at the expense of comfort. Cars.com reviewer Joe Bruzek says that mission continues, by and large, for the 2014 model year, with exhilarating track-ready power, handling and suspension. But as its price edges toward $40,000 while its interior remains at less-than-$30,000 quality, the appeal could be waning. Read Bruzek's review and decide.

2014 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Review



I simply can't believe Mitsubishi is still making cars.

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The price tag is beyond all reason. Even 30k is an insult to the mind. Stop making cars now, or reduce all prices down to usual Mitsu batgain numbers.

kwik kwag

Pricing is way over the top. Any Mitsu over 30k is silly. Get real Mitsu, or get lost. Evo at 29k tops.
Ralliart at 22k tops. Interiors are laughable even at those discounts.
Bye bye.

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