Mitsubishi Lancer VII

Saturday 26 September 2009
The year 2000 saw the release of the seventh-generation Lancer Cedia in Japan (meaning - Century Diamond); though in most markets the seventh generation Lancer continued, built at Mitsubishi's Mizushima plant in Japan. The new model was available in sedan and station wagon forms. The Mirage, apart from the export models, became a different car in Japan that was unrelated to the Lancer. In Europe, the Lancer was not offered in some countries, being too close to the size of the Dutch-built Carisma, so the Evo VII model sold there bore the Carisma name. This is the first generation in many years where the Lancer nameplate is universally used. It is still sold in Japan where the eighth generation Lancer is known as Galant Fortis. In North America, the Lancer Cedia was introduced in 2002 as a direct replacement for the Mirage. It is powered by a 2.0 L 4G94 engine producing 120 hp (89 kW) and 130 lb·ft (176 N·m) of torque. In Australia, the seventh generation Lancer was introduced as the CG series in July 2002 with the 2.0 L 4G94 engine. It was introduced as a replacement for the seventh generation sedan, and was sold alongside the popular seventh generation coupe.

Technical data:
- engine: 4 cylinders
- capacity: 1584 cc
- horsepower: 98 HP
- gearbox: 5+1
- top speed: 183 km/h

5 komentarzy:

marcjan86 pisze...

ten Lancer jest świetny!! Gdzie go można nabyć?

Modelarz pisze...

Ja go nabyłem w salonie Mitsubishi. Fajny jest :)

Marek pisze...
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marcjan86 pisze...

A ile taka przyjemność kosztuje?

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