According to Mitsubishi's pricing guide, made public yesterday, the triple-extra souped-up Evo MR will have an MSRP of $34,199. Of course, the guide also recommends the regular Evo at $30,499, while from what I've read, most owners picked them up for a couple grand less. The car has no options, as an $800 "option package" is included, bringing a six-speed tranny, a boost gauge kit, and that nifty vortex generator. Only a thousand or so are destined for the US, so expect to wait in line if you want one, and be ready to fight dealer markup. With your fists.
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