I bought an 2012 EVO X from CarMax was a great machine.
Sold it back a year later for a Lexus IS-F. I'only regret the IS-f not a manual
If your Married and your mate does not like this car. they will force you to hate it.
The Evo handles like a race car, it hugs the road and feels every fault of the road.
Motor is powerful for it size, but i still feel bias to a 4 banger.
I would recommend this Evolution if you can't hold onto a two door coupe like a mustang or 370z. Be aware of the tires that come from the factory too expensive buy PS2. recommend two sets if you live in an area that snows. Also without modification this car sounds very boring in the cabin and tends to have two much body lean for the feedback you get from the road.
nice basic car
2011 Mitsubishi LancerThe Stig - , VA02/04/2017
This car has a CVT. It will drift back, while in drive, on an incline. Acceleration from standing is delayed. Rapid highway acceleration can seem like being in a slingshot. Sometimes the automatic "shifting" feels unusual/out of synch.
I would NOT recommend any CVT equipped vehicle for stop/go commuting or around town. For highway travel out of traffic, it's good. Personally, I'll stick to fully geared transmissions.
Haven't replaced brakes yet since purchase new in 2010 labor day. Low cost of maintenance overall, but many owners forget about the CVT Transmission fluid servicing every 50k miles. Not the best for long distance drives, but for a daily work commute it gets the job done well. Also, I love the handling in this car and how it handles the elements very well.
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