Mitsubishi has recently produced his new car. The car is expected to be the concept of sport as in other Lancer evolution. The 2012 Mitsubishi Lancer GT getting a new Ralliart inspired front fascia. The model is equipped with a 2.4-liter I-4 that produces 168 hp and 167 lb-ft of torque, and uses a standard 18-inch alloy wheels. In addition, also presented with Bluetooth connectivity, automatic headlights, and Fast Key Entry System.
Mitsubishi Lancer GT has a five-speed manual and a CVT that is able to achieve EPA fuel assessments around 22/31 and 23/30 city / highway mpg. By using a manual transmission, the driver can rev up approached 6500 rpm redline, and shifts simulations seem to remodel more than a change machine pitch and volume. With a steering wheel-mounted metal paddle shifters, enables the control of a comfortable, even without contributing even to the sporty driving experience.
At a speed test, Lancer GT which has a 2.4-liter and CVT combo drove from 0-60 mph in 8.3 seconds. Then the remaining quarter mile with an average speed of 86.3 mph to record the time of about 16.4 seconds. Probably not too fast, but was able to beat the Kia Forte SX hatchback is equipped with a six-speed manual transmission, which previously produced a 16.7 seconds in the quarter mile.
At the time of test handling, the Lancer GT capable of achieving 0.79 g in lateral acceleration average, with a time of 28.1 seconds at an average of 0.6 g. Then, to test Mazda3 produce 27.6 seconds at 0.61 g. Lancer can be stopped at a rate 60 mph in 125 feet, while the Mazda3 at 123 feet and Kia Forte at 122 feet.
The Lancer GT has a pretty impressive exterior design. Lancer GT inherit from the aggressive style of the front end of another sporty version. It looks a bit more elegant than the design of the car cabin, and remains one of the best model attributes.
The 2012 Mitsubishi Lancer GT brought some extra content and the sporty to the list of tables, but can not keep pace with their competitors. Therefore, the next generation of Lancer require changes in certain areas to create something new and more exciting.
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