Mitsubishi Lancer EX 2017

Latest update :

2018-05-29

Trim/Grade :

1.6L 16V - 122 HP - 4-Speed Auto

Is this car for me?

The Lancer has quite the conservative design that makes it appeal to a wide audience, especially with its affordable price and Japanese heritage.

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The prices provided by Karrenn might vary at any given time. It is recommended to refer to the dealer for a final quotation. The dealer holds the right to modify the prices and specs at any given moment and without prior notice.

PROS

-Decent build quality at an affordable price -Maintains a 5 star crash rating

CONS

-No Bluetooth -Interior needs some improvement for a premium quality feel -Trunk space

WARRANTY

3 Years - 60,000 Km

*Prices and features as provided by KARRENN data collectors (a free-form group of mystery shoppers, industry experts, sub-dealers and community members)
*Pros & Cons are based on a first-hand test-drive experience.

You can now pick the lancer at $800 less than its previous price. $16,700 instead of $17,500. 2018 models available.

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Does the actual car look exactly like the one in the ad?
No. The car displayed is the full option model detailed in the next section.

Is the price communicated fully and clearly?
No. VAT + Registration are not included

Is there a catch or hidden info?
No.

PRICES & OPTIONS (all inclusive)

1.6L 16V – 2017 ($17,500 - $16,700) SAVE $800 – Standard safety and nice features, although excluding Bluetooth:

- Front grille with chrome accent
- ABS / EBD / 2 Airbags
- Front and rear mudguards
- Keyless entry with 2 transmitters
- Radio AM/FM / CD player / MP3 / USB
- Central lock
- Adjustable steering wheel up/down
- Power windows
- Power mirrors with blinkers
- 16" alloy wheels
- Front fog lamps

 

2.0L 16V – 2018 ($21,900) – More power, a better transmission and some convenience features:

- 2.0L engine 
- 6-Speed CVT w/ sports mode
- Full auto air condition
- Steering wheel controls
- Black mesh print panels

2.0L 16V GT – 2018 ($27,000) – Better looks (interior & exterior) and more tech features:

- Paddle shifters
- Chrome front grille
- Adaptive front lighting system
- HID headlamps
- LED daytime running lamps
- 7 airbags
- 18" alloy wheels
- Black fabric seats with silver accent panels
- Premium 710W 9-speaker sound system with trunk subwoofer (Rockfod Fosgate)
- Touch screen
- Aluminum pedals
- Power sunroof
- Rear spoiler and side airdam
- Rain and light sensors
- Rear view camera

OPINION: HICH ONE TO GO FOR

The answer is quite simple. The 2017 model is a great fit for people looking for a reliable Japanese family sedan at a very affordable budget. The car is well known and praised by many. The second choice is a better fit if you want the extra power and the modern transmission, it will result in a better long-term ownership experience and easier driving to the mountains. Finally the GT is for you if you want the tech features and the sportiness it offers. It's a good fit for people who want a good looking car with plenty of options.

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