Mitsubishi Lancer New Cars in India
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|Ex-Showroom Price - Rs. 7.3 Lacs. - Rs. 8.1 Lacs.|
Mitsubishi Lancer New Car Overview
The Lancer was the first sedan to be launched in India by Mitsubishi and it has built up quite a reputation. The new Lancer is no less than its predecessor and has some fantastic features as well as a superb engine with great performance. It has got plenty of space for a mid-sized sedan and also boasts of good ride quality.
|Length x Width x Height (mm)||4290 x 1690 x 1430|
|Ground clearance (mm)||185|
|Turning circle dia (m)||10.2|
|Fuel tank capacity (lt)||50|
|Engine & Transmission|
|No of cylinder & configuration||4 Cylinder In Line|
|Gearbox||5 Speed Manual|
|Suspension & Brakes|
|Front suspension||McPherson Strut|
|Rear suspension||Independent Multi-link with Stabilizer bar|
|Front brakes||Ventilated Disc Brakes|
|Wheels & Tyres|
|Tyre size and type||175/80R13|
Mitsubishi Lancer New Cars - User Reviews
It is a pretty good car. It is from Mitsubishi, a world-renowned company, reputed for its quality products. A good feature of its car is its high pick-up capacity.
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