7.3 l / 100km
170g / km
Lancer has become a Kiwi tradition. If you haven’t owned one, you’ll know someone who has. Everything New Zealanders love about Lancer is in the latest models, but it’s better. Much better. There’s more space throughout, even tighter manoeuvrability, enhanced handling and performance, a healthy serving of very refined features, plus the best safety rating around.
There’s also a hatch that drives like a dream and is as versatile as it gets. Whichever you choose, you’re in for a great ride.
(2014) Mitsubishi Lancer GSR (4dr 5 seat Sedan)
|Engine Name||Mitsubishi 2.0p MIVEV|
|Engine Description||MIVEC, varible valve lift & timing on both exhaust & intake valves, aluminium block|
|Fuel Tank Capacity||59|
|Recomended Fuel||91 octane unleaded|
|Valves Per Cylinder||4|
|Transmission Description||INVEC III, automatic with sport mode|
|Gross Vehicle Mass||1850|
|Towing Capacity Braked||1000|
|Towing Capacity Unbraked||550|
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