2014 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution
More Power Coming Up With 2014 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution
Celebrated with rally fans, feature amusement devotees and driving aficionados the world over, the Mitsubishi's Lancer Evolution is a genuine execution vehicle that conveys immense smiles at a generally minimal effort. Despite the fact that based on the humble Lancer economy vehicle, the "Evo" emerges on account of an intense turbocharged motor, all-wheel-drive and unimaginably responsive taking care of.
Quick, fun and crude, the Evolution is fueled by a turbocharged and intercooled 2.0-liter inline-four that creates 291 torque and 300 lb-ft of torque. While those are not really eye-popping figures, the little car is equipped for dashing to 60 mph from a dead stop in under five seconds much obliged to some extent to a low check weight. The hood, top, front quarter-boards and front and back guard bars are all produced using aluminum in light of a legitimate concern for mass decrease.
Highlights from the choices rundown incorporate calfskin upholstery, a 710-watt Rockford Fosgate premium sound framework, LED inside stress lights and a route framework that additionally includes a bigger 7-inch touch screen, voice summon and voice order.
All Evolution models come standard with double front, side and the side shade airbags notwithstanding a driver's knee airbag, grip and soundness control frameworks and a tire-weight checking framework.
Unquestionably, the long haul rival Subaru Impreza WRX STI Hatchback is the greatest contender for the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X. The Ford Focus ST is solid contender too however it shuns all-wheel drive for a more customary front-wheel drive setup.
Maybe the highlight of the whole framework is Active Yaw Control, which coordinates a constrained slip differential with a couple of grips that relate to the left and right wheels. As a result, it’s a torque-vectoring engineering that permits force to be part between the back wheels to make stunningly nonpartisan taking care of on curvy streets.
Between the high-yield engine, the tech-escalated AWD framework and amazingly material guiding, the Evolution gives a significantly captivating and energizing driving knowledge that misrepresents its sticker cost
The tradeoff for the deal execution comes as a down market inner part that imparts much to the entrance level Lancer. While the general design is satisfying enough, the materials aren't what one would expect at the Evolution's value point. The other average games car drawbacks, including a generally firm ride and richness of inside clamor, are additionally display and represented. Be that as it may, fans will probably have the capacity to live with these issues given the car's extraordinary different qualities.