sweet god i wish some of the mitsu dealers had some demos to test.but they wont even let you drive them prolly.
Those aren't for test driving.. at least not yet. More like 'dealer prototype' to train the service department on and famliarize them with the car from what I gathered.sweet god i wish some of the mitsu dealers had some demos to test.but they wont even let you drive them prolly.
Could have been used for snow testing.. yes even now, just gotta drive north until you find snow it's not very far
snafu said:Hahaha holy shishkabob! I saw these pictures yesterday and guess what dropped by today?
Yeah that's right, this guy got a ride in the new Evo X. It took a bit of effort to get in but once I was in the seats held me like...like something that holds you really well! Turbo lag is obviously there but that's what makes it fun! That said it didn't seem as fun to ride along with that flappy paddle stuff. I know it's quicker, fast, smooth whatever but I like manuals. I wasn't driving though so I can't say how 'fun' it would be to pull paddles.
As for looks, the rims look amazing, front end is mean and the back end looks BIG well-a lot bigger than the Mitsu Lancers. Car looks very substantial and up to the job.
This was a total dropby surprise so I didn't get to take out my camera but it looks like it does in these pictures and looks better in person. If I had the money and was looking for this or the STi....definitely the EVO.
The car looks great!!!!quoted from toprotege.com (see link to thread in first post):
So that guy drove the SST version only. And based on his experience, he prefers it over the new STI. Even though he prefers driving manuals.quoted from toprotege.com (see link to thread in first post):