Friday, December 7, 2007
TIME TO GET INTO A NEW MITSUBISHI
Got that new car smell on the mind? Lucky for you there's never been a better time to slide behind the wheel of a new Mitsubishi. For a limited time, save up to $4,500 or get 1.9% APR for 48 months on select 2007 models at the Mitsubishi Time to Rallly Year-End Sales Event.These are just a few opportunities, click on the models to your left to get information on all of our vehicles! Visit your local dealer, grab the keys to your favorite Mitsubishi and save big on the ride of your life. You better hurry though; these great deals are only available for a limited time.
MITSUBISHI INTRODUCES ALL-NEW 2008 LANCER EVOLUTION WITH
TURBO/INTERCOOLED ENGINE, SUPER-ALL WHEEL CONTROL AND AVAILABLE
6-SPEED AUTOMATED MANUAL TRANSMISSION
Mitsubishi Motors is introducing the 2008 Lancer Evolution, the newest and most
sophisticated version of the legendary high-performance model series that began 16 years ago.
While remaining true to the core values that have made the Lancer Evolution synonymous with
thrilling performance, the next-generation model offers all-around capability and user technology
that distinguish the world’s best performance models.
The strikingly styled 2008 Lancer Evolution showcases new performance and handling
technology, including an all-new 291-hp 2.0-liter turbocharged/intercooled engine and the Super-All
Wheel Control (S-AWC) dynamic handling system. S-AWC offers an extraordinary level of control
at each wheel, going well beyond the capabilities of other all-wheel drive systems.
Two Lancer Evolution models will be offered in the U.S. market for 2008: the GSR with a
new 5-speed manual transmission and the Lancer Evolution MR with a new 6-speed Twin-Clutch
Sportronic Shift Transmission (TC-SST), a new-generation automated manual transmission. The
MR model is also equipped exclusively with Bilstein shock absorbers and Eibach springs, twopiece
brake rotors for better heat dissipation, BBS forged-alloy wheels, HID headlamps and
additional interior features. Significantly, the newest Lancer Evolution will have less differentiation
from market to market than the previous generations.