ES 4dr Sedan
2005 Mitsubishi Lancer

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EngineEngine 2.0LI-4
MPGMPG 27 City / 34 Hwy
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2005 Lancer Overview

The Mitsubishi Lancer lineup represents a broad range of compact four-door sedans that are all roomy, affordable and sporty at the same time.The Lancer ES is the most popular model due to its competitive pricing and generous amount of standard equipment. It comes standard with a 120 hp 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine mated to a five-speed manual gearbox or a four-speed automatic. The O-Z Rally Lancer wears sporty body work inspired by the Lancer WRC race cars. The Ralliart sedan is powered by a 2.4-liter engine with MIVEC variable valve timing. The Ralliart comes standard with a five-speed manual with a short-throw shifter or four-speed automatic. Three models of the Lancer Evolution are available, the Evo RS, Evo VIII, and Evo MR. All come with a 271-horsepower turbocharged engine, four-wheel drive and a sports suspension. Practically ready to race, the Evos benefit from stiffened body structures. The MR Edition adds a six-speed close-ratio gearbox, 17-inch BBS forged wheels and other features.New for 2005 is an Evo MR named after the home-market club racing sedan Mitsubishi introduced in 1970.
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2005 Lancer Overview

The Mitsubishi Lancer lineup represents a broad range of compact four-door sedans that are all roomy, affordable and sporty at the same time.The Lancer ES is the most popular model due to its competitive pricing and generous amount of standard equipment. It comes standard with a 120 hp 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine mated to a five-speed manual gearbox or a four-speed automatic. The O-Z Rally Lancer wears sporty body work inspired by the Lancer WRC race cars. The Ralliart sedan is powered by a 2.4-liter engine with MIVEC variable valve timing. The Ralliart comes standard with a five-speed manual with a short-throw shifter or four-speed automatic. Three models of the Lancer Evolution are available, the Evo RS, Evo VIII, and Evo MR. All come with a 271-horsepower turbocharged engine, four-wheel drive and a sports suspension. Practically ready to race, the Evos benefit from stiffened body structures. The MR Edition adds a six-speed close-ratio gearbox, 17-inch BBS forged wheels and other features.New for 2005 is an Evo MR named after the home-market club racing sedan Mitsubishi introduced in 1970.Hide Full Review