Mitsubishi plans to build just 2,500 Evo IX wagons, all probably destined to stay on Japanese soil. Too bad, because this sort of all-wheel-drive wagon fun does not come State-side too often. Sure, Subaru produces the WRX Wagon, but unlike the Subaru the Evo is clearly styled differently than its more pedestrian Lancer siblings. Mitsubishi engineers were initially worried that the wagon variant would be hindered by its additional weight. They found, however, that the wagon was not even one second slower than the sedan around the Tsukuba racetrack. Personally, the wagon looks a little more upscale than its sedan cousin.
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