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Mike Stevens | Aug, 23 2012 | 0 Comments

Mitsubishi Australia has introduced its updated 2013 Lancer Evolution this week, adding new features and slashing as much as $8900 from the performance sedan's sticker price.

For the 2013 model year, the popular 'Evo' picks up a new audio system with a 6.1 colour display, iPod connectivity and a rear-view camera.

Moving up to the range-topping MR model, there's a seven-inch Mitsubishi multi-communication display with voice-activated Bluetooth, satellite navigation and 3D mapping.

Under the skin, the Evo range remains unchanged, powered by the same 2.0 litre turbocharged engine delivering 217kW and 366Nm of torque.

In both models, power is transferred to all four wheels. The basic Evolution model is available with a five-speed manual transmission and Mitsubishi's TC-SST transmission, while the MR gets only the TC-SST.

The basic Evolution can also be upgraded to with the $3000 Performance Pack, adding Bembo two-piece front disc brakes, Bilstein and Eibach front and rear shocks and springs, and 18-inch BBS forged alloy wheels.

 

Pricing

For 2013, the Evolution is now priced at $56,990 (down $5400) for the manual and $61,990 with the TC-SST transmission, while the Evolution MR is priced at $65,990 (down $8900).

 
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