Articles about Mitsubishi Lancer

“It’s better to drive a slow car fast, than a fast car slow.”
If there's any place to measure a car's performance (and a driver's skill), it's on the racetrack. It provides you with an environment to test every performance aspect of your car, from acceleration, to braking, to cornering-everything.
A car that 'pogi titos' will appreciate
Ramon Bautista takes us back to the '80s in his 'box-type' Mitsubishi Lancer. With its iconic design, simple but practical components, and short list of safety features (driver/passenger seatbelts and the occasional dangling rosary), this Lancer is a certified tito
This is our version
The second-generation Mitsubishi Lancer was offered here from 1980 to 1988. Its distinctive angular styling earned it the nickname 'box-type.' It was fairly simple, easy to maintain, and quite sporty, particularly if you opted for the GSR and newer GT
That poor Lancer
It's not everyday you see an apparently abandoned car in the middle of the street. It's even less frequent to see one that's charred to bits, supposedly from a TV show stunt. The Facebook post above
Is a modification needed?
Hi Top Gear!I've been following your site for years, even before I bought my first car and I've got to say that you guys are a godsend! Especially for us first timers. So thank you.I'm currently working
Many of these are still around
Alright, so maybe the 2000s is still relatively fresh in our memories compared to the other two decades we've featured in our college cars roundups. After all, there's still a '90s NBA player or two that remain active in the
Remember these?
The current-gen Mitsubishi Lancer might be well past its prime, but it still packs just enough features to be considered a 'modern' compact sedan.We're talking touchscreen infotainment systems, cruise control, reverse parking cameras, and a whole host of other
A trip back in time
People Power, coup attempts, Pope John Paul II's first visit, Lydia de Vega, double-decker buses. The '80s was quite a memorable time in our country's history, especially for those who were coming of age at the
Would you take this to battle?
Vilner Studio has brought the Mitsubishi Lancer back to life. By way of the samurai. The interior design specialist's newest creation is a reincarnation of the 2011 Lancer Ralliart, named 'Allroads Ronin.'We shall start on the inside. We're told
Another glance at this aged compact
Remember the Mitsubishi Lancer EX? Yes, that sharply styled beauty born a decade ago. It's actually still around. Let's give this beloved compact sedan one last look. Once upon a time, the Lancer used to enjoy sales success alongside its
A fourth one is on the way, too
If you're viewing this on a mobile device and can't see the video, please click here. Ah, the first-gen Mitsubishi Lancer. Back in the day, these cars used to be everywhere. Now? Coming across one in decent shape, if
There are pros and cons to each
Hi Top Gear Philippines team, I know you guys have already given out your suggestion regarding this question, but that was back in 2014 and it was the Lancer that you picked. Do you guys (or Sir Botchi at least) still feel
Happy 100th anniversary, Mitsubishi!
Mitsubishi celebrates a hundred years of giving us cars we enjoy. To mark the milestone, Mitsubishi Motors Philippines is holding the Mitsubishi 100 Years Expo at the World Trade Center, which runs until June 11, 2017.Enthusiasts are in for a treat
Tag who these remind you of
If you're viewing this on a mobile device and can't see the video, please click here. Oh, titos. Don't you just love them? Sure, their wardrobes are at least a decade too old and their jokes are...well, corny,
One of the last of its kind
If you're viewing this on a mobile device and can't see the video, please click here.The Mitsubishi Lancer is iconic among Filipino car lovers. It's up there with the likes of the Honda Civic and the Toyota Corolla
What’s old is still new(ish)
I have fond memories of our Lancer. My dad's first brand-new car was a 1995 Mitsubishi Lancer GLXi, and it had a 1.6-liter SOHC engine with 16-valves (wow!), power steering, windows and locks, and a stereo cassette
Available in China, Taiwan
In 2015, Mitsubishi Motors president Tetsuro Aikawa broke everyone's hearts and announced that the carmaker had no plans to continue developing the popular sedan. But it looks like Mitsubishi's not done with the Lancer after all-well, not in China
Which model stands out?
One look at the highly competitive Philippine compact sedan landscape and one thing is immediately apparent: when it comes to this segment, the Japanese definitely know what they're doing. Hell, this is probably an understatement.The Honda Civic, Mazda 3, Mitsubishi
Worthy of JaDine
This exact same car was booked for a cover shoot with our sister magazine, Preview. The fashion team had initially wanted an American muscle car to be the main prop for the James Reid and Nadine Lustre-otherwise known as JaDine-editorial,
'Nothing beats luma'
The Mitsubishi Lancer box-type is a 1980s icon. Its unmistakable shape, famous reliability, afford­able maintenance cost, and general ease of use made it the car to own back in the day. Yeah, there weren't so many choices back then,
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