How much does a 2015 Mitsubishi Evo cost?
Lancer Evolution Trims
|Sedan||Original MSRP / Price||Engine|
|Lancer Evolution 4dr Sdn Man Final Edition||$37,995 / $36,391||4 Cylinder Turbo|
|Lancer Evolution 4dr Sdn Man GSR||$34,495 / $33,038||4 Cylinder Turbo|
|Lancer Evolution 4dr Sdn TC-SST MR||$38,995 / $37,349||4 Cylinder Turbo|
How much is an Evo 10 worth?
The Last Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X Ever Built Sold for $76,400. The Evo X is finally, officially dead. To celebrate the end of such a long run, Mitsubishi built 1600 Evo Final Editions. Each was based on the manual-transmission Evo GSR and cost $37,995.
How much is a Mitsubishi Lancer Evo worth?
|Make||Avg Price||Last 30 Days|
|Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution||$30,432||-0.42%|
|2008 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution||$21,944||-1.86%|
|2010 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution||$24,589||-0.64%|
What is the rarest Evo color?
Rotor Glow is the rarest/least common but that’s only because they are not widely produced.
Is it expensive to own an Evo?
The Evo maintenance costs are about the same as similar cars. It gets more expensive if you abuse/track your car often, but that’s expected.
What kind of car is a 2015 Lancer Evolution?
Description: Used 2015 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution MR with AWD/4WD, Tire Pressure Warning, Audio and cruise controls on steering wheel, Keyless Entry/Start, Heated seats.
What was the top speed of the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X?
It came with Mitsubishi’s 4G63 engine producing 247 PS (182 kW; 244 hp) at 6,000 rpm and 309 N⋅m (228 lb⋅ft) at 3,000 rpm. 5,000 of the first generation Evolutions were sold between 1992 and 1993. Top speed was 228 km/h (142 mph).
When did Mitsubishi change the platform of the Lancer?
The Lancer platform was completely changed in 1996, and along with it, the Evolution, which had become extremely popular throughout the world. The engine and transaxle were rotated 180° to better balance the weight and eliminate torque steer . There were two versions available, the RS and GSR.
What kind of yaw control does a Mitsubishi Lancer have?
Mitsubishi’s new Active Yaw Control appeared as a factory standard on the GSR model, which used steering, throttle input sensors and g sensors to computer-hydraulically control torque split individually to the rear wheels and as a result, the 10,000 Evolution IVs produced all sold quickly.