Today Good price or no dice The Lancer EVO has something that not many of these cars have – a clean title. Let’s see if it’s priced right for a clean vacation.
There is an old motto in the stock market which is ‘buy low, sell high’. Of course in the real world things are much more complicated than that, and in the world of car sales, the current rule seems to be to buy high and sell higher. This is exactly what Owner 1989 Porsche 911 3.2 Carrera Targa We looked at it yesterday seek to do after spend Nice penny on the car last year and now Wants For a 20% premium on it He asks for $89,000. Few of you felt that it was wise to (a) enable this line of reasoning, or (b) actually Pay that much for a Porsche. The result was a massive 89 percent no dice loss.
Not all cars are very expensive these days, but most are expensive. This doesn’t make our job any easier, it just conveys a reasonable deal size, And what’s crazy talking about a little curve. What hasn’t changed in this crazy car market are the perceived values of cars outside of price. This is really more than the inherent desire for a car which, of course, is the number one determining factor in any relationship.
The only thing that can influence this desire is the origin of the car – is it a fun or attractive car, or perhaps a car with an interesting history? Another factor is condition – is the car decently located and drivable? Perhaps just as importantly, does it come with a clean title, that means To be Free from any past hoaxes that might affect its current performance, safety, or resale ability?
This is amazing 2014 Mitsubishi Lancer EVO GSR It benefits from each of these desirability factors. Being an EVO, it benefits from being the newest (and apparently last) in the Mitsubishi series of rally-inspired AWD cars. It also comes with a clean title that looks like something To be promoted on these models since few of them are offered these days are burdened with salvage titles.
Seems to have merchandise as well. This includes a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine with 291 horsepower and a five-speed stick that feeds all four wheels via Mitsubishi’s S-AWC (All Wheel Superior Control) system. And yes, Mitsubishi hyphenates the name in this weird way in informational materials.
According to the ad, the car comes with 129,345 miles on the clock, and while that’s not a shocking number, it’s about 18,000 per year, which is more than your average bear. At that time and mileage, the car apparently went through its original clutch as the ad mentions the addition of the Exedy Stage 1 unit. This is a rather expensive element, especially when calculating the labor cost of its installation. Besides the new clutch, the EVO has also been updated Rotors and pads for Brembo brakes.
The brake calipers are painted red, of course, and are on display behind the factory Enkei 18-inch wheels. These show a bit of a rash, a factor that may have gone into the seller’s rating of the vehicle’s overall condition as “good” rather than “awesome” in the ad. The rest of the car appears to be in reasonable condition Solid shape though With some oddities to note. more The starkest of these is a series of dents and chips in the driver’s side of the A-Pillar makings look Like someone tried to chop up Karate in the car for some reason. There is also A good piece of clearcoat was removed from the nose which spoils the overall picture, but that’s somewhat to be expected on a daily driver, which is what this car looks like.
Other than that, it is shown directly in the pictures with reasonable coating outside of this problem the nose. THis car badges have been removed with the single exception of the flex-fuel medal on the property’s trunk lid. This is something I’m not sure about that So be there. The large rear spoiler is also missing which is another mystery.
at least-The questionable side, the sports car A Interior canvas seems to stick to plan. Everything looks stock in the cabin, right down to the factory touchscreen stereo and Recaro seats.
With Mitsubishi currently focused on… well, whatever the company does these days, it’s unlikely we’ll get a new road rocket like the EVO anytime soon. This model, the EVO X, was the last in the breed. And while this version isn’t as deep as the previous ones, it’s much more livable as a result. We’ll just have to decide how relevant its $23,900 price tag is.
What do you think of this clean title EVO and that $23,900 price tag? Does that sound like a bargain for the car as it was shown in its ad? Or does this price turn you into an infidel in evolution?
It’s your decision!
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