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HARD TO FIND GTS WITH LEATHER, SUNROOF, ROCKFORD STEREO, NEW TIRES AND MUCH MORE! We offer financing thru major banks, credit unions and secondary finance W.A.C. The GTS gains a more powerful engine, 18-inch alloy wheels, a sport-tuned suspension, automatic climate control, a leather-wrapped shifter and handbrake handle, sport bucket front seats with upgraded fabric, Bluetooth and a six-speaker stereo. The Sun & Sound package available on the ES and GTS includes a sunroof, keyless ignition and entry and a nine-speaker Rockford Fosgate sound system with an in-dash six-CD changer and satellite radio. The Lancer GTS packs a 2.4-liter four that cranks out 168 hp and 167 lb-ft of torque. The 2010 Mitisbishi GTS come with a continuously variable automatic transmission (CVT) is optional. When added to the Lancer GTS, this CVT includes a manual mode with simulated gear ratios operated via paddle shifters. The 2.4-liter gets 21 city/28 highway and 23 combined with the manual. The CVT produces a negligible difference in fuel efficiency. The 2010 Mitsubishi Lancer comes standard with front-seat side airbags, full-length head curtain airbags and a driver knee airbag. Antilock brakes and stability control are standard across the board, as are four-wheel disc brakes. In our testing, a Lancer GTS stopped from 60 mph in a scant 115 feet.In government crash testing, the Lancer received a five-star rating for driver frontal crash protection and front-seat side crash protection. It got four stars for passenger frontal crash protection and for rear-seat side protection. In the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety's frontal-offset and side-impact crash tests, the Lancer achieved the best rating of "Good."Interior Design and Special FeaturesThe Lancer's interior is one of its principal weaknesses. Materials quality is on the cheap side, and the dull overall design doesn't live up to the statement the eye-catching exterior makes. The driving position for taller drivers leaves something to be desired, with no telescoping steering wheel and little under-thigh support.We also have mixed feelings about the touchscreen navigation system: It's well-equipped in terms of features, but its lack of volume and tuning knobs and not-quite-logical layout make operation tricky at times. Rear seat comfort is very good, though, with an impressive amount of legroom. At 11.6 cubic feet, the Lancer's trunk capacity is unremarkable for this class.Driving ImpressionsThe 2010 Mitsubishi Lancer DE and ES are certainly comfortable in daily use, and their cabins remain acceptably hushed at highway speeds. However, the mandatory 2.0-liter engine in those models sounds unpleasant and doesn't have much get-up-and-go, especially with the power-sapping CVT. The GTS model is the clear choice for folks on a budget who are looking for a more spirited driving experience. Its 2.4-liter engine has more low-end power, and its sport-tuned suspension provides unusually sharp handling for this class.The Ralliart is built to thrill with its sharp handling, powerful engine and super-quick gearchanges (whether done via the column-mounted shift paddles or by the transmission itself in automatic mode). Overall, the Ralliart has an energetic, "on its toes" personality that makes for quick passing and merging maneuvers. The only caveat is that the tire fitment for the Ralliart could be better, as we've found that the capable chassis is let down by the tires' substandard grip.
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The Mitsubishi Lancer is a sporty compact sedan, combining advanced user and safety technologies with stylish design and a fun-to-drive character. The Lancer is available in three front-wheel drive trim levels ? DE, ES and GTS ? and one all-wheel drive Ralliart trim. The DE and ES are equipped with a 152-hp 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine, while the GTS gets a more powerful 168-hp 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine; a five-speed manual transmission is standard, and a continuously variable transmission (CVT) is optional. The Ralliart boasts a 237-hp 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine, paired to a six-speed Twin-Clutch Sportronic Shift transmission (TC-SST) with paddle shifters. Building on the value-oriented DE trim, the ES is equipped with 16-inch alloy wheels, a 60/40 split folding rear seat, air conditioning, cruise control and an auxiliary audio input jack; GTS trims are further outfitted with a rear wing spoiler, fog lights, sport-tuned suspension, 18-inch alloy wheels, automatic climate control and Bluetooth wireless connectivity. The Ralliart gets an even more exclusive treatment, showcasing unique exterior and interior trim elements, as well as a FAST-key passive entry system. Standard safety features on every Lancer include stability and traction control systems, 4-wheel anti-lock disc brakes and a tire pressure monitor, along with front, front side-impact, overhead curtain and driver?s side knee airbags. For 2010, the Mitsubishi Lancer gets refreshed exterior and interior styling, as well as enhanced standard equipment, with all trim levels now featuring anti-lock brakes and stability and traction control systems. Additionally, the ES-Sport has been dropped from the lineup.