It’s Pebble Beach weekend, where all the rare, fancy and hyper-expensive cars are out in force. So for this edition of Weekend Wallpaper, I vote we go with a fast and accessible performance car of the people.
I have waited for this moment for years. I have begged and pleaded for Regular Car Reviews to review a last-generation Mitsubishi Lancer forever, as it is a truly regular car. I know, because I own a 2010 Lancer GTS that has been the butt of many “reasonably-priced car” jokes. Finally, Mr. Regular reviewed mine at its…
I got fed up with keeping spare race car parts in a separate storage unit, so I finally moved to a new place that came with a little storage room. I am cheap to the bone, though, so I moved whatever I could lift in my car, a 2010 Mitsubishi Lancer GTS. I have to say, I’m seriously surprised at how much crap it can…
To the great shock of Jalopnik’s staff, there are more than 368,000 Mitsubishis from recent model years in America. We know because that’s how many have been recalled for major issues recently, which is a unique way to get the word out. Oh, and, by the way, your Lancer’s sunroof could fly off at any moment.
Poor Mitsubishi just can’t really catch a break can it? Yesterday we celebrated because it managed to sell over 100,000 vehicles in the U.S. last year and today we’ve got some recall news for you. You win some, you lose some.
This week’s church van is a third generation Dodge Ram Van “EXTREME” edition. This isn’t a church van exactly, but it definitely performs church van-like activities.
I have a real beef with the way we define practicality as a society. Why is there this universal idea that more space automatically means a car is more practical? If you rarely transport other people or large things, admit it: you’d probably be a lot happier in a smaller car.
Lately, I’ve noticed a faint high-pitched squeak at low speeds coming from my beloved companion in life: my daily-driver, a 2010 Mitsubishi Lancer GTS. I hear it loud and clear, like a piercing shriek from the world’s smallest Dino-Roar. But no one else seems to hear it. I’m not crazy, I swear. There’s definitely a…
Much as they try, it is impossible to kill the Mitsubishi Lancer. Everyone’s favorite long-in-the-tooth economy compact lives on after all, but only in China and Taiwan as a new Outlander-nosed refresh called the “Grand Lancer.”
Sadly, the Mitsubishi Lancer will end production this summer, Mitsubishi’s North American division chief told Autoblog. We’ve already seen the Lancer Evolution cease to be. Now, the regular Lancer that Mitsubishi’s rally car for the masses was based on will join the Evo soon. That’s a shame, because it’s truly been…
What do you do with a 2003 Mitsubishi Lancer that’s bound for the crusher? You do everything within your power to destroy it further, that’s what. Blast over rocks. Jump it. Run into a tree. Shoot, get out some explosives and blow it up. The Lancer will just laugh at your feeble human attempts to destroy it.
Justin Yelen was unfairly punished by Mother Nature for doing the right thing. He took another ride home from Hoak’s Lakeshore after drinking with friends, only to find his car completely encased in ice from Lake Erie’s spray in the morning. Fortunately, his car was just freed by crews from a local dealership.
You probably guessed it was cold in Buffalo again this winter. But holy crap, this poor little Mitsubishi Lancer-turned-icicle looks like a Krispy Kreme donut that fell into the vat of whatever’s behind the counter at Cinnabon.
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The Mitsubishi is idling in front of you. A forest tarmac stage disappears ahead into the trees. The rally car of your dreams is yours for one race, but your mom is in the co-driver's seat.
This raging fire inside a Mitsubishi Lancer race car took place in the middle of a frozen field during a rally. After exhausting their fire extinguishers, organizers turned to a backhoe to put out the flames. Photos below.
The Lancer Evolution Experience starts off like most driving schools: You are plopped in front of a chalkboard and lectured to. After that, you're sent out and made to get wicked sideways. And that's when you wake the hell up.
Microsoft and Turn 10 have announced that Forza Motorsport 3 has taken its last step before production and a demo will hit Xbox Live in ten days. Details below.
A woman was driving around suburban Chicago when her Mitsubishi Lancer was gently bumped, though no cars were around. When she pulled over her car was massively dented. We want to believe.