New Mitsubishi Lancer 2011 Specs and Review

When thinking of the Mitsubishi Lancer, most car enthusiasts envision a charging Evolution X muscled through a remote mountain pass. While the pig Evo spotlight - and imagination car nuts - that is, less aggressive humble Lancer that serves as the foundation and rules halo car annual three-diamond's sales sheet. In 2010, the base Lancer contributed 46% of total U.S. sales of Mitsubishi, Evo only 6%.

For all the significance of the sale, 2011 Mitsubishi Lancer ES we recently to round do not feel like a car that pride, joy, or the breadwinner for several reasons, especially in the ES trim. True, mugs shark-face tension has gained much criticism good and bad since 2007 debut of the Tokyo Motor Show, but has not gone under the knife since. (C-segment competitor named the Civic, Corolla, and Mazda3 all been face-lifted in some capacity since then.) Bits like four-wheel plastic-covered steel 16-inch wrapped in 205/60-16 Dunlop all-season rubber don 't helped cause the exterior looks very small and far below the low-slung body pieces. This view is similar to weight lifting exercise Hugo Boss dress shoes, shoes just do not match.

For all the innocent nature, however, Lancer ES has several important external attributes. Nose, with color-matching inserts and chrome grille surround, not as a "hard" as an example louvered at Evo. Plus, the lack of Gulfstream G6 rear wing makes ES conspicuous to law enforcement. Painted door handles and side mirrors from ES DE differentiate low and an improvement of the standard black pieces.

Basic Warranty: The basic warranty covers everything except items that are subject to wear and tear or replacement in the ordinary course of vehicle ownership, such as oil and air filters, wiper blades and brake pads. Tires and batteries are often excluded, but usually have their own warranty provided by the manufacturers of those items. Emissions equipment is required by Federal law to be covered for five years or 50,000 miles.

Drive Train Warranty: In some cases the drive train warranty continues after the basic warranty has expired. This part of the warranty covers most of the parts that make the vehicle move, including the engine, transmission, drive axles and driveshaft. Like the basic warranty, consumable parts such as hoses and belts are not covered. However, most of the internal parts of the engine, such as the pistons and bearings, which are also subject to wear and tear, are covered by the drive train warranty.

Roadside Assistance: Many manufacturers provide a service that will rescue you if your car leaves you stranded, even if it's your fault. Lock yourself our of your car? Run out of gas? Got a flat tire? A call to the manufacturer's toll-free number will result in somebody showing up who can help you out. There is a huge variance in these programs so check ahead of time to see what is covered and what you will have to pay for.

Rust or Corrosion Warranty: Rust or Corrosion Warranty: This warranty covers the vehicle's sheet metal, and protects you from rust and corrosion that are severe enough to cause a hole - surface rust is not covered. However, if you keep your car washed and waxed rust shouldn't be a problem.
  • Price: $ 17.295
  • MPG: 25-33 mpg
  • Bodystyle: Sedan
  • Engine: 2.0L MIVEC in-linefour-cylinder DOHC with variable valve timing and four valves per cylinder
  • Unleaded fuel
  • Fuel economy: EPA (08):, 25 MPG city, 33 MPG highway, 28 MPG combined and 434 mi. range
  • Multi-point fuel injection
  • 15.5-gallon fuel tank
  • Power(SAE): 148 hp @ 6,000 rpm; 145 ft lb of torque @ 4,200 rpm

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