For Jaw-dropping pace, strong brakes and foolproof handling make the Mitsubishi Evo an awesome car to drive. It also has decent space and strong residuals
Against It's pricey to run, with a frightening thirst for fuel, while the ride is punishing. The driver's seat needs more adjustment and the boot is disappointingly small
The Mitsubishi Evo mixes saloon-car practicality and supercar pace, but without the drawback of a sky-high supercar price. However, it's not easy to live with every day
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Along with the Subaru Impreza WRX, the Mitsubishi Evo is in a class of its own as basically a road-going rally car. There’s only one trim, the fully-loaded GSR model, so the only choice you’ve really got to make is whether to stick with the standard 291bhp car or upgrade to the 354bhp version.
To save money, consider Mitsubishi’s Service Plan that will cover all the scheduled services throughout the first three years of the car's life, ensuring that they are performed by Mitsubishi-trained technicians, using genuine Mitsubishi parts. You can also include the cost of the Service Plan in your finance, and the plan can be transferred to a new owner if you sell your vehicle.
Scheduled Services only include parts defined by the manufacturer such as filters, oil, consumables and labour. The Service Schedule does not include wear and tear items such as brake pads and discs, clutches, tyres etc. For full details, contact your local Mitsubishi Dealer.
The Evo to go for. There’s simply no need to upgrade to the more powerful version.