This is the fourth Evolution we've featured on Project Cars, and it's a testament to how rapidly things have changed in the local automotive scene. It takes dedication and a solid understanding of performance cars to own, drive and tune a Lancer Evolution, and we have truly come a long way from the days of simple engine swaps.
The Mitsubishi Mirage remains largely unchanged for the 2015 model year but adds new chrome interior trim accents and new rear-mounted antenna for all models. ES models gain new interior seat fabric as well as new side view mirrors with turn indicators.
The Mitsubishi Lancer remains largely unchanged for the 2015 model year but adds heated side mirrors with integrated turn signals to all models and makes a number of changes to features and packages, including adding a CVT to ES trims and high-contrast white stitching to GT models. 2015 also marks the last year of production for the high-performance Evolution model.
At approximately 7 p.m. on Sunday, a black Mitsubishi Outlander was observed travelling northbound on Watt Street from Talbot Avenue at a high rate of speed. The lone occupant/driver of the Mitsubishi lost control and came to a stop after colliding with a large billboard sign post near Chalmers Avenue.
I wouldn't want to be in a cult-who wants to teleport off to planet Amazia with 37 bald-headed Crocs wearers, anyway?-so why would I want to be in a cult car? Yet there I was, zinging through the gears of a 2015 Mitsubishi Evo MR, a turbocharged sports sedan that couldn't scream "cult car" any louder if Eraserhead were driving it. And I got to thinking: Evo devotees love their rabid, all-wheel-drive pressure cookers, but why the cult label? At home, I carefully scanned the Evo options list: There is no "Pathological Narcissist Mode."
The Concept XR-PHEV II is a small SUV powered by a new plug-in hybrid EV system. It follows on from the Outlander PHEV which went on sale in New Zealand last year.
Live in the USA and want to buy a new car with a manual? I've got bad news for you, there aren't many options. Manual transmissions in the United States have been on a downwards trend since the 1970s, and it's looking like it wont be long before they're completely extinct.
YOU usually expect an SUV to be some dirty, gas-guzzling machine ratcheting up large fuel bills for their owners, but for Peter Young his visits to the bowser are few and far between. YOU usually expect an SUV to be some dirty, gas-guzzling machine ratcheting up large fuel bills for their owners, but for Peter Young his visits to the bowser are few and far between.
If you don't want to pay the cost to ride like a boss, there are some Nice Cheap Cars that can provide basic transportation and - in a few cases - even a bit more. Now, these are smaller vehicles, and their "niceness" level will vary by both car and customer, but Autobytel did keep to a strict budget and presents the 10 cheapest new choices on the marketplace today.
Head to the Geneva Motor Show this year and you'll see what could very well be the next production Mitsubishi . Though dubbed a "concept," the XR-PHEV II is clearly closer to being ready for production than the first XR-PHEV concept it showcased in Toyko back in 2013 .
The 2016 Mitsubishi i-MiEV electric car adds an optional navigation system for the new model year, but its base price stays constant at $23,845, including an $850 destination charge and before any applicable tax credits. That price is already a reduction, as the 2014 i-MiEV saw its base price slashed by $6,130 in an effort to jump-start sales.
Matt Hammill, a Navy veteran, is in a war of a different kind. The 31-year-old couldn't hold back when asked to describe his life lately: "Hell."
France's PSA Peugeot Citroen and Japan's Mitsubishi are the latest automakers that will temporarily stop production at their joint venture factory in Russia due to the slumping auto sales brought by the country's worsening economic conditions. The two auto producers jointly operate the assembly facility, located in Kaluga, 180 km southwest of Moscow, and according to a PSA spokesperson it would cease manufacturing today for two weeks.
Same price as 2015, but with a few more options standard, the Mitsubishi i-MiEV is still the cheapest EV to buy. With the $7500 federal tax credit for electric vehicles, you can finance yourself a Mitsubishi i-MiEV for $16,345, making it the cheapest new all-electric vehicle on the market.
For the next incarnation of the Mitsubishi i-MiEV electric vehicle , the Japanese automaker is looking to give a bit more for the sake of selling a few more. It's a simple concept for a pretty simple car.