Mitsubishi Lancer ES Owner Manual

Mitsubishi Lancer ES Manual Table of Content :
1 Detailed vehicle specifications
2 Capsule Review Road tests, reviews & related feature articles J.D.
3 Power and Associates Power Circle Quality Ratings
4 NHTSA crash-test ratings
5 Kelley Blue Book detailed vehicle pricing & standard equipment

With all the hype over the Mitsubishi Evolution VIII, the Lancer Ralliart, introduced in 2004, has been overlooked as a sporty little competitor against Sentras and Imprezas. The Ralliart, named after Mitsubishi’s motorsports arm, boasts the following: a 162-hp, 2.4-liter four-cylinder with variable valve timing; shift linkage borrowed from the Lancer Evolution; four-wheel disc brakes with ABS; bucket seats from the Japanese-market Lancer Evo GT-A; a sport-tuned suspension; and 16-inch wheels. The base ES and O-Z Racing edition continue with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder that pumps out 120 hp. A five-speed manual transmission is standard on all models, and a four-speed automatic is optional. For 2005, a Rally package including a scuff plate and exhaust tip is offered. The O-Z Racing edition gets restyled 15-inch alloys, while the mid-level LS has been eliminated from the lineup.