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Arapahoe Mitsubishi
(303) 874-2500
9400 E Arapahoe Rd
Greenwood Village, CO
 
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(303) 369-7800
2777 S Havana St
Denver, CO
 
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(303) 738-9700
6120 S Broadway
Littleton, CO
 
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9400 E Arapahoe Rd
Greenwood Village, CO
 
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(719) 575-7700
550 Automotive Dr
Colorado Springs, CO
 
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(303) 738-9700
6120 S Broadway
Littleton, CO
 
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(719) 543-6710
2145 Hwy 50 West
Pueblo, CO
 
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(303) 369-7800
2777 S Havana St
Denver, CO
 
Champion Mitsubishi
(970) 692-5470
871 Champion Dr
Windsor, CO
 
Skyline Mitsubishi
(303) 465-5512
2040 W 104th Ave
Denver, CO
 

2003 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VII Compact Sports Sedan

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Consider this new Evo as the sum of all performance and competition technologies developed by Mitsubishi's trophy-grabbing WRC racing campaign over the past decade.

It looks like one of those customized sport compact cars so hot now on the street-racing circuit in Los Angeles and captured on the big screen in "The Fast and the Furious" flick. And Lancer Evolution's forerunner Evolution VII racer makes its screen debut in the sequel movie "2 Fast 2 Furious" in the summer of 2003.

But don't confuse Lancer Evolution with the Lancer sedan because new Evo is not really a Lancer -- at least not in spirit and performance.

Lancer the Mitsubishi compact sedan arrived in America two years ago as an economy car with sporty airs.

It splits into three trims including the O-Z Rally, the label lifted from a brand of flashy wheels by O-Z Racing and with add-on fixtures inspired by Mitsubishi's rally racers, such as extensions for bumpers in front and back plus curvy low side air dams.

Despite such too-cool styling, the O-Z Rally edition and other Lancers draw strength from a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that musters only 120 hp.

The fast-and-furious like those tuned to Mitsubishi's success on the WRC circuit want more from Lancer -- they drool for a street-legal version of the Evolution racer.

New Lancer Evolution, emerging this spring with a 2004 model-year designation, aims to sate that pent quest for the Evo rally car.

Check out its rippled body.

It looks ready to tear down the block with the bulging air scoop on the hood, a curvy air dam up front, pontoon-style fenders, Enkei high-strength aluminum alloy wheels capped by Yokohama ADVAN high-grip tires, the carbon-fiber spoiler on the tail and a driver's-oriented cockpit fitted with bolstered Recaro sport bucket seats, leather-wrapped Momo three-spoke steering wheel and rally-style round gauges in the instrument panel with black faces and vivid red letters.

There's a five-speed manual stick shifter on the console ringed by trim that looks like brushed titanium.

Evo's reinforced chassis, derived from Lancer, is designed to check the car body's tendency to sway laterally through a curve so the passenger compa...

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2005 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Sporty Compact Performance Hatchback Sedan

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New Car Review of the 2005 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Sporty Compact Performance Hatchback Sedan

Description: Sporty Compact Performance Hatchback Sedan
Base MSRP Range: up to $30,949
Invoice Price Range: up to $32,733
Where built: Japan

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Consider Lancer Evolution the sum of all performance technologies developed by Mitsubishi's trophy-grabbing World Rally Championship (WRC) racing campaign. It's a high-performance version of the Lancer compact sedan but motivated by a souped-up turbo engine and equipped with all-wheel-drive (AWD) traction.

Nicknamed 'Evo' in rally racing circles, the sport sedan wears a bulging air scoop on the hood, pontoon-style fenders, high-strength alloy wheels, a carbon-fiber spoiler on the tail and the cockpit fitted with bolstered Recaro sport bucket seats, leather-wrapped Momo steering wheel and rally-style gauges. Big Brembo brand ventilated disc brakes at all wheels tie to four-channel ABS.

But the heart of Evo is its power-pumping engine. The 2.0-liter four-in-line -- turbo-charged and inter-cooled -- serves up 276-hp this year due to a larger diameter for the turbo nozzle. A front limited-slip and electronic center differential are new for all trims -- RS, VIII and MR. The latter dons a larger ...

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2006 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Compact Sports Sedan

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New Car Overview of the 2006 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution Compact Sports Sedan

Description: Compact Sports Sedan
Base MSRP Range: $28,679 - $35,189
Invoice Price Range: $27,030 - $33,165
Where built: Japan

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This is the street-legal version of Mitsubishi's trophy-grabbing World Rally Championship (WRC) racer. Consider it a high-performance version of the Lancer compact sedan but motivated by a souped-up turbo engine and equipped with all-wheel-drive (AWD) traction, a bulging air scoop on the hood, pontoon-style fenders, high-strength alloy wheels, a carbon-fiber spoiler on the tail and the cockpit fitted with bolstered Recaro sport bucket seats. Big Brembo ventilated disc brakes at all wheels tie to four-channel ABS.

But the heart of Evo is its power-pumping engine. For 2006 the 2.0-liter four-in-line -- turbo-charged and inter-cooled -- gets the Mitsubishi Innovative Valve timing and lift Electronic Control (MIVEC) system to deliver 286 hp. Trims are notched as Evo RS, IX and MR. The latter carries a six-speed close-ratio manual transmission, BBS forged alloy wheels, fast-response Bilstein shocks and an aluminum roof that lowers the center of gravity.

The marque of Mitsubishi mounts on four different cars in 2006 for the North Americ...

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