2015 Lancer EVO Pricing Announced
While nobody can pinpoint the direction that Mitsubishi plans on taking its Lancer EVO, it’s widely known that the current generation is on its last legs. While there’s a good degree of optimism that Mitsubishi will pick up the reigns and unleash a new and improved EVO on the world somewhere down the line, we can pretty much guarantee that it’ll be some time before that happens. What that means, then, is that you might want to start considering the 2015 Mitsubishi Lancer EVO more seriously if you’ve had your eye on it.
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Mitsubishi has released 2015 Lancer EVO pricing information, and it looks like there’s a bit of the ol’ give and take going on here. The good news: the Lancer EVO GSR, powered by the five-speed manual transmission, is $500 cheaper upfront than its 2014 predecessor. The bad news: the EVO MR, which uses the six-speed Twin Clutch Sportronic® Shift, is $800 more than last year’s models.
Available options include:
- Sight & Sound Package ($2,000) – HID headlights with daytime running lights, 710-Watt Rockford Fosgate® Punch Premium Sound System with nine speakers and 10” subwoofer with Punch Control®, DTS® Neural Surround, PremiDIA-Wide Surround, and Dolby® Volume, FAST Key Entry System
- Premium Package ($3,800) – All options from the Sight & Sound Package, plus leather seating, power glass sunroof, heated front seats, center console upgrade, scuff plates, and sound dampening enhancement
- Touring Package ($2,000) – Leather seating, power glass sunroof, heated front seats, sound dampening enhancement, and scuff plates
- Navigation System Package ($2,375) – Navigation system with 7” HD touchscreen, Real Time Traffic, 3D mapping and Mapcare with 2 annual map updates included
- Exterior Package ($1,500) – Front/side/rear airdams, brake air guides, rear spoiler extension
- LED Illumination Package ($335) – Blue floor illumination, interior lights
- Engine Appearance Package ($695) – Intercooler pipe, front strut brace
- GSR Interior Package ($425) – Aluminum shift knob (manual transmission), aluminum and leather brake grip
- MR Interior Package ($530) – Aluminum and leather SST shift knob and brake grip
- Mud and Snow Package ($315) – Front and rear mud flaps, front all weather floor mats
- Rear Park Assist Sensor ($295)
- Side Wind Deflectors ($95)
- Ralliart Wheel Locks with Fluted Lugnuts ($145)
- Wheel Locks ($55)
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