Mitsubishi Lancer

Mitsubishi Lancer

The original Mitsubishi Lancer never exactly blew us away. It was underpowered and not particularly entertaining to drive, its interior was simply OK and its styling was dull to boot. The second-generation Lancer has corrected two of those problems, especially with its aggressive new styling featuring a "shark nose" fascia. It's also kind of fun to drive, thanks to solid handling dynamics and (apart from the base engine) peppy engine choices.

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To activate
1. With the ignition switch in the “ON” position, press the “ON OFF” switch (A) to turn on the cruise control. The “CRUISE” indication lamp in the meter cluster will come on. Not ...

Damaged paint
Small cracks and scratches in the paint coat should be touched up as soon as possible with MITSUBISHI touch-up paint to prevent corrosion. Check body areas facing the road or the tyres carefully fo ...

Fuse block
To prevent damage to the electric system due to short-circuiting or overloading, each individual circuit is provided with a fuse. There are fuse boxes in the passenger compartment and in the eng ...