Mitsubishi Lancer

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2017 Mitsubishi Lancer

The 2017 Lancer gains a standard rearview camera and display audio system, while higher trims receive 18-inch wheels. The front-drive-only Lancer GT is no longer offered, the latest trim to exit the Lancer lineup.

2016 Mitsubishi Lancer

For 2016 the Lancer lineup adds value, with increased levels of standard equipment. Inside is a new front center console and improved audio display, and outside is a new front fascia and chrome grille. Enthusiasts will shed tears, as the awesomely fast Evo model did not make it into 2016.

2015 Mitsubishi Lancer

For 2015, the Lancer Sportback is no more, but the good news is the rest of the line receives a number of new standard features. All 2015 Lancer sedans now come with heated side mirrors, while the SE model gains hands-free phone connectivity, fog lights and new 16-inch wheels. The Lancer Ralliart gains HID headlights, Rockford-Fosgate audio and rain-sensing wipers.

About Mitsubishi Lancer

Of the dozen different mainstream compact cars from which to choose, the 2017 Mitsubishi Lancer is the oldest, by far. Its current generation dates back a decade, and while some updates have been made over that span, the Lancer lags better options that range from the benchmark Honda Civic to ever-improving rivals like the Hyundai Elantra and Chevrolet Cruze. The Lancer's long-in-the-tooth status isn't its only detriment. In addition to lacking the latest tech, safety and comfort features, the Lancer's lineup and engine choices have dwindled. The Evo performance model is gone, as are the versatile Sportback hatch and the spicy Ralliart turbocharged variant. Still, some bright spots remain. In the Lancer's favor are available all-wheel drive, aggressive looks and a long warranty.

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