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2015 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution consumer reviews

$34,495 starting MSRP
side view of 2015 Lancer Evolution Mitsubishi
93% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.2
  • Interior 3.8
  • Performance 4.9
  • Value 4.3
  • Exterior 4.8
  • Reliability 4.7
Explore the 2015 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution

the super all wheel control is so great

the super all wheel control is so great and this car is disconnected . this is my favorite car ever.


Best Car Ever

This is by far the best vehicle I've ever purchased. Everyone needs to drive an Evo X at least once in their lives. You feel like a teenager who just got their licences. You just can't help but to punch the gas and rip through the gears as if you're trying to race every car you get close to. This car is excellent from interior to exterior.


Phenomenal weekend car/track car if you want!

Evo's are always known for their Superior handling! You can experience this in the track or in the backroads. This is not for a beginner driver! You gotta have the skills and maturity to drive this bad boy otherwise you'll end up in the ditch.


The real weapons x

Everything about this machine is true, it ride n handle like not thing else. Thanks to Japanese people for making super good cars for affordable prices n thanks to myself for getting me one. A pieces of history evo X. Own one n u will become a better driver, it make u into a better driver. This evo is fast in the MN winter n the rest of the season, it eat it like nothing. 15's evo don't have recaro seat but it still ride like it in rail. It worth every penn, get ur self one b 4 it gone.


Once competitive - Now a dinosaur

The 'Evo' was once a competitive sport seder with strong acceleration and sure handling. Over the years Mitsubishi has failed to keep pace with their automotive line and are now over priced dinosaurs. For the same money I could have (and should have) purchased a low mileage used Porsche, a new WRX STI, or for less money a new Mustang, Camaro SS or Audi TT. All can be had for less dollars and will run circles around the 'Evo." The interior is bland as is the old technology in this car. The stereo speakers rattle as do the vents in the dash. Bottom line, there is a reason Mitsubishi motors is selling off assets and leaving the U.S. market. I rate this car as average for a so called sports sedan and a poor value to purchase. Gas mileage hovers around 15mpg and the warranty is void if " the dealer or manufacturer feels you drove the car hard and abused it". Really??? The dealer will not repair the rattling vents or stereo speakers either.


Everything you'd expect.

The car handles superbly in all conditions. I've owned a lot of performance cars and this one from the factory feels a bit slow and just generally sluggish to me. Anyone wanted to invest some time on upgrading the overall power will really enjoy this car much more as i feel it's more of an enthusiast car and for the price there are certainly many more powerful cars to choose from, that being said you can't beat the braking, handling and general feel of this car.