2016 Mitsubishi Lancer News And Specs
With their reflections in the form of points, powerful acceleration and interior 2016 Mitsubishi Lancer compact sedan costs remains the hot spot for driving enthusiasts. Some of its highlights include an automated system transmission response, a powerful turbocharged engine, a standard system of total traction and excellent handling and steering. Its release date to wait a while before this fall. Take the car for a test drive will make you realize the Evo is intended only for a certain audience. And although some adjustments were made redundant line setting, this compact sedan is built expressly for those who like to drive fast and hard. It comes with a system turbo four cylinders amplified and sophisticated total traction that ensures there is always plenty of power to a motor exciting experience. It also comes with sophisticated technological systems that highlight its pedigree class performance. One of the best in class is automated manual six reports MR that provides instant change. In addition, the box classic five-speed manual-equipped GSR offers precise speed setting that should definitely leave feeling gratified purists.
However, the continued evolution disappoints on some fronts: March 1 hard, tilt steering, only, a high price does not compensate for the interior materials, and somewhat below the average trunk. Some alternatives that get in the same segment in 2016 include VW Golf R 2016 Ford Focus ST, and longtime rival Subaru WRX STI 2016.
List of standard features includes a seat ES / 40-split folding rear 60, keyless entry, LED lights, voice control Fuse, a transparent color display, USB port, alloy wheels 16 inches, Bluetooth phone and audio connectivity, power accessories, a CD player, cruise control, fog lights, sound system with four speakers, and automatic temperature control. The SE also radio and satellite HD adds a rearview camera, alloy wheels, the 6.1-inch touch screen interface with two-tone entry and keyless ignition and a system of its six top Speakers.
Upgrading to the SEL gets you a leather-wrapped wheel, improved interior trim, automatic headlights, leather upholstery, a rearview mirror auto-dimming and automatic wipers. Throw in an audio system with nine speakers, a sport suspension system, alloy 18-inch wheels, a smooth adjustment to the touch, a rear spoiler, heated front seats and automatic climate control of three areas. Individual options include a touch screen 7-inch interface, HD and satellite radio, touch screen, a sunroof, rear parking sensors, audio Rockford Fostgate, LED fog lights, and a camera 360 degrees.
2016 Mitsubishi Lancer Interior wise, do not expect the profession in the bowl during arousal. Gauges, controls, and the assembly are generally flat. Although there are no major problems with this, the abundance of plastic devalues the appearance of the cabin. Still, the Mitsubishi Lancer still offers some nice features, such as high central range graphics touch 6.1 inch screen and voice navigation.
Provide the needs of the Evo are a good turbo 2.0-liter 291 horsepower and 300 pounds of torque. The MR has an automated transmission system dual-clutch six-speed grip, whilst the GSR only comes with a manual five-speed transmission. Advanced AWD system sends power to all four wheels. Both impressively accelerate to 60 mph. GSR requires only 4.4 seconds, while the MR takes half a second. EPA fuel economy for RSG is to 18/22/19 mpg city / highway / combined. And 18/23/20 mpg MR. Regarding safety, standard equipment includes a driver knee airbag, rear parking sensors, antilock disc brakes, traction control and stability, and long-term side curtain airbags.
As already mentioned at the beginning of this review, the new 2016 Mitsubishi Lancer likely hit showrooms sometimes in August 2016. Regarding the price, sources indicate a base MSRP of $ 17.595.