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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.
Mitsubishi has dropped the base DE Lancer sedan from the menu, with the slightly costlier but better-equipped ES now the entry model. New audio and navigation systems arrive across the board, along with minor interior changes on select trims.
The 2015 Mitsubishi Lancer compact sedan may not be the most cutting-edge car in its class, but it does offer a number of attractive features that deserve the attention of anyone shopping for a Honda Civic, Ford Focus or Subaru Impreza. From its aggressive nose to its rally-inspired, turbocharged engine options, the Mitsubishi Lancer offers one of the most varied model ranges in the business. The affordable and efficient ES trim stands up well to models like the Nissan Sentra, while the turbocharged Ralliart can give the Volkswagen GTI and Ford Focus a run for their money. And Subaru’s performance-bred WRX doesn’t fear many other cars except when an all-wheel-drive (AWD) Lancer Evolution pops up in its rearview mirror.