Finally, Mitsubishi has concluded Lancer with the final edition. Reported at one of the auto shows recently, Lancer wasn’t a beneficiary equation for the brand to sustain further, unlike the profit earning SUVs and hybrids that are a talk of the town. And now the verdict came, Japanese carmaker said to launch the final 1000 cars in its home country before going off the sales floor with Lancer.
Based on the Evo-GSR trim, Lancer with 5-speed manual shift receives blackened front grille with garnish of chrome, 18-inch BBS alloy wheels, suspension bits from Bilstein and Eibach, brakes are sourced from the famous Brembo. Lower bumpers and model emblems covered in the gloss black shade contrast the whole deal.
Stepped inside the cabin, black leather takes over every nooks and corner, but before reaching there not very easily, it is the Recaro seats that hold one’s eyesight in its track. The unique numbered plaque on the dashboard conveys about the exclusivity of the car.
Power of 300bhp is fed by a 2.0-litre petrol engine sending traction to all four-wheels.
Hence, a so lethal disappointment – the discontinuation of Lancer – final edition must waive off the sales floor in a jiff.
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