Mitsubishi Brings The Fun Of Driving Back

2011 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport imageAccording to the Charlotte Mitsubishi Dealership, Mitsubishi has focused on driving dynamics for two of its latest models, the 2010 Lancer Evo SE and the all-new 2011 Outlander Sport compact crossover.

The Evo SE—it stands for ”Special Edition”—is the latest iteration of one of the greatest sport sedans to ever hit the road, offering a package that slots between the Evo GSR and the range-topping MR Touring, and providing an ideal mix of features from both. That means it still packs a turbocharged 2.0-liter I4 engine, good for 291 hp and 300 lb.-ft. of torque, mated to Mitsubishi’s Twin Clutch-Sportronic transmission, a six-speed auto box with paddle shifters that’s known for its precise, split-second gear shifts.

Read more about the Evo SE and the Outlander Sport on Mitsubishi in the News.

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One Response to Mitsubishi Brings The Fun Of Driving Back

  1. I don’t know much features about Outlander Sport version, but Lancer Evolution was the best as far as im considered because it looks very stylish, more attractive and it is more comfortable to drive. but it’s a step ahead by Mitsubishi with these two editions in this fall.
    thanks for the updated news.

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