Tests and Features

Test Drives2014 Mitsubishi Lancer: Survival3.5/5
In 2008, Mitsubishi’s new and improved Lancer exploded onto the compact sedan scene. Beautiful, cocky and sporty, we swooned before its aggressive front grille that made it seem more shark than car. The tail end was fabulous and the passenger compartment, despite its dark grey, very dark grey, charcoal grey …
Comparative TestsFour compact cars with AWD for less than $25,000
There are just four cars with AWD for less than $25,000 on the market: the Subaru Impreza, Mitsubishi Lancer, Toyota Matrix and Suzuki SX4. Interestingly, they’re all Japanese. We threw them all in the ring together. Four contenders We brought these rivals together on a particularly wet December 15th. Raining?
Test Drives2011 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution: No Half Measures!3.5/5
Who can resist a car that offers top-notch performances while turning heads and sparking envy? More often than not, vehicles with this kind of charisma are astronomically priced – but not this time! The Mitsubishi Lancer can be yours for just over $40,000. It’s been available on the Canadian market …
Test DrivesJunk in the Trunk: The 2010 Mitsubishi Lancer Sportback3.0/5
When it comes to car manufacturers, there is one thing that seems to indicate the beginning of the end: the production of a ridiculous amount of vehicles. Take, for example, Toyota. Brought to the United States with a tiny vehicle lineup spanning just one or two models, the Japanese giant …
Test DrivesThe 2010 Mitsubishi Lancer: More Than Just A Pretty Face3.5/5
From the first time you clap eyes on it, one thing is apparent: Mitsubishi’s entry in the compact sedan marketplace is probably the best looking. It’s hard to believe it’s descended from the same ghastly contraption that arrived on our shores way back in 1977. Now in its ninth iteration, …
Test DrivesA More Mature Evolution named Mister: The Evo MR.3.5/5
There’s been a lot of things said to describe Mitsubishi’s Evolution throughout the years. People have called it a supercar-beater, a value leader, and a technological tour de force. But no matter how you cut it, the Evo is this: a violent cacophony of sound, fury, and blistering speed. And …
First DrivesMitsubishi Lancer 2008, seriously competitive
The Lancer and its sportier version the Ralliart have been Mitsubishi’s best sellers over the last few years, and now Mitsubishi is offering an all-new version of this compact sedan for 2008. The last car in class to hit me with such a great first impression was the Mazda3. The …
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