2010 Mitsubishi LancerAnonymous - south jordan, UT07/21/2014
I will recommend to anyone, whos looking for a sport car, buy it new if possible. And if its used, make sure you buy it from someone who knows really well, about the car you buying. My personal experience is -10, from transmission and fuel pump problems, to a tire falling out of the car, running. Yeah you heard right. The tire came out. Anyways. As i said, you want a mitsu ralliart or an evo. Go to mitsubishi.
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2003 Mitsubishi LancerKelsey - San Diego11/14/2008
I purchased this car in 2003 when it was brand new and the bright yellow paint was irresistible. Almost 100,000 miles later and the car is still going strong. There have been no major issues, despite my previous somewhat, um, "lax" approach to taking care of the engine.
The interior has upheld itself nicely, as well. It's fended off makeup, food and pen ink over the years and I really couldn't be happier with how the interior has been able to maintain itself.
All in all, I would recommend a Mitsubishi to a potential car buyer. Especially a Lancer. And if yellow isn't your thing, they come in a variety of other colors, as well.
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