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2011 Mitsubishi Lancer Australia version


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Mitsubishi in Australia has announced some updates for the 2011 Lancer , including the addition of a new SX model. This model will slide between the ES and the VR. There have been other changes to the overall lineup as well.

The car will get improved sound insulation, a USB port, color LCD display and welcome lights have been fitted on every model. If you opt for the VR, VRX, or Ralliart it will now come with Bluetooth.

The new SX model will come with a standard leather steering wheel with audio controls, a rear spoiler, and 16-inch wheels. The SX, ES, and VR will get the 2.0-liter MIVEC engine that will put out 152 horsepower and 198 Nm of torque.

The VRX and the Aspire sedan will get a 2.4-liter motor with 168 horsepower and the Ralliart will feature the Evolution’s inter-cooled and turbocharged 2.0-liter MIVEC motor with 237 horsepower.

Available color choices across the range include Champagne, Cool Silver, Mystic Blue, Lightning Blue, Effect Grey, Red, Black, and White in the ES, VR, and VRX models, with the Aspire available in Champagne, White, Red, Cool silver, Effect Grey, and Black. The Lancer Ralliart models are available in Red, Black, Cool Silver, White, and Lightning Blue.

The SX, ES, VR, VRX, and Ralliart models can come in either sedan or Sportback variants, with the Aspire only being offered in a sedan.

Source: AutoChannel


9 comments:

Chester_moore, in fact, it is a nice version, but the thing, here are not all the drivers are looking at the engine or a speed-freak. Some are just contented with the stunning looks or approachable and presentable exterior. Like me, I always dreamed to have the grandest car, but now that I have the grandest, I still prefer the simplest.

I wonder if how it became a nice version of Lancer, for the fact that its engine is not so powerful. Well, I must say that I would still prefer the original Lancer than to this one.

It was such a nice version of Lancer, and I’m still impressed with its powerful engine, and I can say that it’s definitely looked so striking on its sleek body paint, but I’m quite curious on what will be the interior of it looks like.

Well, that nice! I have to agree that this one more of the traditional Mitsubishi and nothing is exceptional!

who modified this car? I can’t see any difference between this and the regular lancer. So what technology are they using for this car?It wasn’t mentioned here!

I’d rather The Evo keep the monopoly of the angry face, but now I’m okay with it being on the Outlander.

oh no... the evo x is looking like the Nissan gtr. or is it the other way around?

I wonder if potential customer attitude research showed a deficit in the intend to by category when compared to the STI - because of that hatch’s practicality.

IT looks better to me now then when I first saw it. I’d rather The Evo keep the monopoly of the angry face, but now I’m okay with it being on the Outlander.

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