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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Brake assist system
The brake assist system is a device assisting drivers who cannot depress the brake pedal firmly when it is necessary to do so (such as in emergency stop situations) and provides greater braking fo ...

To listen to the radio
1- PWR (On-off) switch 2- VOL (Volume control) knob 3- U/M/L (UKW/MW/LW selection) button 4- Audio adjust button 5- AUDIO button 6- TUNE/SEEK (Down-step/Down-seek) button 7- TUNE/SEEK (Up-step/U ...

Daytime dipper button (meter illumination control)
Each time you press this button, there is a sound and the brightness of the instruments changes. NOTE • You can adjust to 8 different levels for when the position lamps are illuminated and 8 ...